I'm not going to lie, I have a crush on Feist and this CD did nothing to lessen it. I now have Let It Die, The Reminder, and Metals. This album is probably my least favourite of the three, but that's not really a bad thing. This album is much simpler both lyrically and sonically than the other two but that is to be expected as it is her second album but I think her first major album. It's very simple and that's part of it's charm. When I listen to this album it feels like Feist and I are just lazing around on a rainy summer afternoon as she strums away on the guitar. A very nice thought. I think my favourite part of this album are the vocals. Her voice is just so nice and it feels like it's just the two of us on a porch rather than her singing to an entire room which is what the other two albums feel like. What was surprising was the amount of what I would call show tune feel. I'm not a big fan of show tunes at all and this is definitely not a show tunes album at all but there are small elements scattered through the album and I think that's pretty neat. I was particularly impressed by her cover of Tout Doucement. It's not a song I'm overly interested (or not interested in) but was a pleasant surprise to find on an album done by a modern pop-musician. Overall it's an intimate album that's very pleasant to listen to with a glass of wine on a nice summer evening.