On this 3rd album is where Budgie really left the slugish sloppiness behind and turned in a good studio effort. And this latest remaster sounds nice. The Repetroire imports sound good also. On even the simple material like “Baby Please dont Go” or the wild and speedy “Breadfan” there is a lusty thick confident attack. And a spacier more mature sound on the vocal/acoustic guitar interludes.This was a nice LP in the ole’days. I purchased this twice on cd since the ’90’s, once in 2007and the first time was on an MCA import vinyl in the fab ’70’s and it still a treat to have. Try to find in digipak to really appreciate the Roger Dean artwork.