Baroque pop, britpop, Roman Jugg's swirling psychedelic "keyboard solos" all coming with that suave touch of underlying madness The Damned brings makes this my favorite album of theres. They may of gone full pop, but still far from being restrained.
SOOOO CHEESY!!!! But so lovable. This album is like the cornier sequel to Machine Gun Etiquette (even though Black Album came chronologically between the two albums.) Many songs on here are like The Damned's take on Madness or something, except "The Dog" (the song I skip), which is the beginning of The Damned's super gothic phase.