A friend gave this to me a while back, but I had lost the cassette in various moves. So I finally bought the CD, eager to enjoy the album that shone fairly brightly in my memory. Sadly, I now feel like there's only a few good songs on here. "Young Mountain" starts it off, and is by far the best tune; Mitchell Froom co-writes, and as with anything he touches, really creates something special. But after that, only about half the songs are worth listening to on a repeated basis. Of course, fans of the Finn brothers will probably want to have it in their collection for those 5 or six songs and the pleasure of listening to Tim in general, but others might just want to download individual mp3s (if they are available).