Second album (from 1991) from this vastly under-rated band from the late 80s/early 90s. Positioning themselves squarely in the shoegazing scene of the time they were however a much noisier proposition but still managed to retain a very catchy edge to their music. Pioneering in their use of walls of guitar sound, The Charlottes were one of the first shoegaze bands beaten to the punch only by My Bloody Valentine and quite possibly Lush. Leading the way for the likes of Ride and Chapterhouse. Drummer Simon Scott went on to join Slowdive.