Sonic Boom was one half the creative spark of the excellent band Spacemen 3. Later in the band's career, his sound became more apparent: his songs were definately HIS songs, distinctive from the rest. This is one of his many various solo albums, and it is reflective of where he was headed in Spacemen 3. Every song is light and dreamy, with lots of space within them, which is not bad. "True Love Will Find You in the End" and "Don't Go" are atmospheric "love" songs sung from an addicts point of view. "2 Chord 12 Bar" is a deceptively easy instrumental, as is "The Drunk Suite (reprise)." The use of tones, drones, and tremoloes work perfectly. "Indian Summer" is the most 'upbeat' song, featuring seemingly simple lyrics that are, in reality, genius. All praise and only a four? "True Love....(alternate take)" and "Mechanical Man" obviously weren't shit checked by Sonic, otherwise they wouldn't have made the cut. Worth owning if you love late night reminiscing.