I just revisitted this single and was reminded why I stopped buyin' B&S singles. The "A" side is a fine song, but it's on the album Dear Catastrophe Waitress so if yuh have that record it's a waste of cash as yer just rebuyin' a song. The "B" sides are, like many B&S extra tracks, seem more like unfinished sketches than actual songs. The Avalanches version (remix?) of "Cuckoo" is a musical novelty which really doesn't elicit much more than a "Huh." "Travelling Light" is an empty bit of noodlin' about that may have been pleasant if Stuart had sang but instead we get what's-his-face's typically weak lead vocals. "Stop, Look, and Listen" is the strongest of the non-album cuts, a somewhat catchy 60s folk pop piece that suddenly switches to a decent lil surf instrumental halfway through. "Stop, Look, and Listen" is worth a paid download and in the case of this review it's worth an extra star.