From the adrenaline rush of Creatures, to the Blade Runner end of world imagery of High Tide, this thing is going to take you somewhere grand. Round and Round is going to get into your head and stay there. Same with Flickering, with it's mad Marlborough Country style theme at the end. Trying is about as catchy as a song can be, with a wild trumpet ride solo in the middle, and a piano hook that doesn't let you go. This song is probably the single choice. Then you've got your cello and violin songs: Carelessness, Middle of Nowhere, Fairytales - these will delight you and feed you. Lights of Town is pure pop a la Go-Betweens, with a gorgeous soprano sax line and some haunting lyrics. But perhaps the finest moments here can be found in the epic Path of No Return - half rock song half Otis Redding tinged soul ballad, that goes past the 7 minute mark. This is a big song in every way. Structurally it resembles Layla, and like that song, it can take you into the other world, like all the best music can. High Tide does this as well - it is a giant of a song. This is an album you can live with, and it will keep giving you pleasure. It features the able hands of Genevieve Maynard at the production controls and the mixing desk. She is a talented singer songwriter herself, and so when producing, brings to the table a deep understanding of what must be brought out to make the music great. She does that here.