Having been disappointed by some of Lloyd Cole's work during the 90's, his last two albums represent a return to form with better song-writing and a much more satisfying sound. Anti-depressant may well be his best work yet. The gloomy title masks some impeccable composition while the execution is more convincing than Music in a Foreign Language. There aren't really any weak songs on this album but the ones that stand out for me are Woman in a Bar and Rolodex Incident. The latter has a richly textured sound and arrangement that is simply exquisite and well worth the price of entry on its own.
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