An exceptionally fine piece of work from the mid-era Legendary Pink Dots. Easily the best thing about this period for the Dots is the lush and remarkable violin of Patrick Wright and the way the band so flawlessly melds it into their psychedelic pop format. Tracks like “True Love”, “Under Glass” and “The Plasma Twins” are instantly memorable, profound and lush with a full sound. Compared to some of the other Dots albums, this one is definitely more pop-oriented, though still containing the signature Dots sound. It is certainly an album that will continually grow on you, the same way The Golden Age (released not long afterwards) did. Good, good stuff.