Gingerly picked this up off Safeways shelves yesterday. I say gingerly cos picking up the last album ,on the strength of the Buck Rodgers single I was severley disappointed But hang on, whats this its good, in fact its very good. Starts off with an oasis / wonderwall hook, then off into pearl jam some shimmering Radiohead type stuff, Travis, U2 and the Foo fighters. Beginning to sound like Jilly Cooper now. Some pretty heartfelt, emotional stuff here, Feeder laid bare. Im not sure if it was because of the drummers death, or if the whole band was just feeling that way. Its a bit like the Manics, Holy Bible album, but more upbeat. If you like good pop tunes, with an emotional edge, pick up a copy. Had the car test, 4 hours solid of constant listening and no boredom, just sounds better and better. Its not an indispensible album, but it does hold your attention Four Stars.