|1. Love Vigilantes|
|2. The Perfect Kiss|
|3. This Time Of Night|
|6. Sooner Than You Think|
|8. Face Up|
I just wish they'd come out with a remastered CD. The original I've had since 86 pales to the UK vinyl... come on, guys. Break out the master tapes and show us what's really there. We deserve it after all these years.
It's a Great combination of Rock with Synthesizers. I think all Songs/Compositions here are Very Good with nice Melody Hooks, but if I had to pick my favorites, they would have to be the Dangerously Catchy Pop/Rock song "Love Vigilantes" and the Synth Marvel "Sub Culture"; the Synth melody in the beginning of "Sub Culture" is just Awesome, it's a True SynthPop classic!
But then again, as I said all songs here are Great, with very Memorable Melodies, and Great sound arrangements. The only problem is that there are only 8 tunes, but hey that just means you can listen to this album more times! Great Rock, Great Synth, and Great Vocals of Bernard Sumner. There is also a very Melodic Instrumental called "Elegia". It's Beautiful!
This album is a Great Addition to Any CD Collection, doesn't matter whether it's Dance, Rock, or Synth that you like... or just Quality Pop. It has so Much to offer!
Love Vigilantes is an over-ripe sentimental track with strained vocals. The Smiths might have been able to do it. Yet, it's not nearly among the worst songs on the record. At least the music is pretty good on that track (although obnoxious).
The cover art and album title are also inferior.