On the Level - another absolute classic. More poppy than Quo but just as rocking, mainly due to Spud driving things along - I mean, his hi-hat and cymbals are soooo loud on this album, which was practically unlistenable on the 2005 remaster, but on every version I've version just kick ****. His cymbal thrashing during Nightride's fadeout is immense. So too his pummeling of his kit during the final solo on Bye Bye Johnny. I probably always waffle about Spud's cymbals but I love it. The key to this album is that it sounds live - what amazes me is that they'd been doing Bye Bye Johnny live for years so you might expect that when they finally came to record a studio version it'd sound like they were going through the motions. But not a chance. Amazing song. My only quibbles are that the single edit of Down Down sounds more direct - the full version sounds like it has padding in comparison. My other quibble is that it's perhaps a little samey - it's not really till Broken Man that you get a slight respite from the chugging boogie that dominates the album. Favourite song is probably Over and Done - should've been a single IMO. That or I Saw the Light, though given that Down Down got to number 1 that doesn't seem to have been a bad choice! Love the interplay between the guitars in Over and Over.