I bought this long, long after it was fashionable, and shortly after I'd got second album. I realised I'd been wrong to dismiss the band just because they were hyped to the gills (yet rarely, if ever, played by John Peel). I never cared for the Madchester thing, or for the indie/dance crossover buzz. The braggadaccio of that opening line, referencing Robert Johnson's deal with the devil at the crossroads, "I don't have to sell my soul / He's already in me" — it completely passed me by until someone pointed it out to me.
M and I just loved how many of the songs were good to dance round the room to, and sing along to the chorus. Good old pop music.
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