Okay, naturally comparisons are going to come along pitting this band against the late great Morphine. There are some moments when that shines through more than others (e.g., In My Head,St. Benedict's Marching Band and, in particular, A Little Strange [with uncredited vocals that sound A LOT like Mark Sandman]), but all in all Morphine couldn't have made this album - only Twinemen can really own this music. I think Laurie Sargent's position in the band will become more prominent over time; despite doing lead vocals on several songs she otherwise seems a bit in the shadows. Twilight is simply the most beautiful track on the album and clearly a standout song along with A Little Strange. I didn't discover Morphine until after their demise, don't make the same mistake with Twinemen.