Not really a whole lot to say here about this one, other than it's a great album, and a fun one to pull out every once in a while for a beer and cards. It came out in the glut of Britrock of the 90s, and got lost in the pile with the likes of London Suede, Pulp, Oasis and Blur. Fortunately, they had the talent and the backing to continue making excellent music to this day.
Take a listen. You may like it, you may not. Regardless, I plan on listening to it a time or two on a hot summer night, this year. It's good for the soul.