It's always mystified me why Loveboat was so unpopular? The two singles were just two of the more than excellent songs on this great album. I was living in Kansas City at the time, and I remember loving it because it felt cold and sterile, yet beautiful and comforting at the same time. Of course, when I was living in KC, and this album came out, I didn't get it until mid-December, so it was very cold out. And then I listened to it through the entire winter. I almost like the fact that it wasn't so popular, as it made it seem like it was more personal.
Regardless, I liked it. I liked it better than "Erasure", Other Peoples Songs, Nightbird and Union Street, so it can't be that bad. In fact, of the 16 albums that Erasure has released, I would honestly put this as #7. Solid.
I changed the color of the front cover to match the color of the single sleeve I used for the back. There's only 2 decent b-sides, and I put my two favorite mixes on at the end.