Paul Weller doesn't make it easy for himself or his fans. Through the the years he has in some ways always reinvented himself by getting a new person to be his partner in crime. Foxton, White is two that followed him and was his side kick through different times in his career. Out with the old and in with the new,time to change, no time to stand still in a way. In a way Weller is where he started all those years ago and at the same time he is here and now. This is not an album you put on the car stereo and enjoy as background while youbdriving to work. This album need and deserve your full attention, all the time. And don't get me started on the remix 2:nd disc . It's not a walk through the park, it drags you in and spitt you out, but you're alive and need to get in there again.
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