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The 2nd album from Liverpool's The Teardrop Explodes, fronted by Julian Cope, featuring a far greater use of synthesizer arrangements and loop experiments than "Kilimanjaro", predominantly at the instigation of keyboard player (and Cope's bête noire) Dave Balfe.

Their final album proper, it includes the singles "Colours Fly Away", "Tiny Children" and the hit "Passionate Friend" (written about an affair with Echo & The Bunnymen's Ian McCulloch's sister).

Side A

Bent Out of Shape
Colours Fly Away
Seven Views of Jerusalem
Pure Joy
Falling Down Around Me
The Culture Bunker

Side B

Passionate Friend
Tiny Children
Like Leila Khaled Said
.....And the Fighting Takes Over
The Great Dominions