This is a classic example of intelligent, thoughtful pop music. Each track on this CD is beautifully crafted, the arrangements owing much to Bacharach and David as they do to Blondie. This album captures the Cardigans prior to their current Black Sabbath fixation (Sabbath Bloody Sabbath is included in all its' lounge-pop glory), and every tune, even the songs dealing with breaking up, is relentlessly feelgood. I have never been able to listen to this album without grinning like an idiot - it sweeps you up with the catchy choruses. Sick and Tired and Hey! Get Out Of My Way! are the standout tunes, but there is nothing on this album that I would change. I have owned this album for three years, and never tired of it. It's a bargain. Go on, take the gamble.