Suzy And The Red Stripes - B-Side To Seaside: The more sophisticated flip to SW does sound like it’s recorded in a different time-frame (very mid-70’s). It’s pretty weird and experimental, the kinda thing Blondie might throw on an album or b-side, but it’s honestly hard to categorize. I’m almost tempted to call it proto wave. Imagine this making it on ATSOS instead of Cook Of The House! The mind boggles... And then for a complete 180°, here’s... Mull Of Kintyre: Blah, blah and blah... errr no!!! I LOVE this song!! Yes, I do and I don’t care. The folky and cozy atmosphere simply hits the spot for me. I’m supposed to call it cheesy to save my oh so precious coolness credentials... whatever, I just love this! It’s got an all-around-the-fire mood, very comforting, and it’s perfect for this time of year as well. And in the end (‘woohooh!!!’) you just imagine beer a-flowing and raising the glass for a big group toast!