That title of the review is a pretty lame Pavement pun, but this album deserves it. Buy this CD at least for the last track, "Carrot Rope," which is my favorite song by Pavement, and, on certain days, in the world. "Carrot Rope" has the solo Malkmus quality where it makes you smile like an idiot and bounce around when you're listening to it and everone around you is puzzled and wants to know what you're listening to. The big singles off the CD, "Spit on a Stranger," "Major Leagues," and "Folk Jam" are all excellent, too. Nigel's production is really interesting, and fills the listener with pangs of regret - what direction could Pavement have gone in if they hadn't broken up after this CD? Buy it for "Carrot Rope," listen to it for the undiscovered gems off the rest of the CD, and cherish it forever.