I have come to the conclusion so I have that 'Now Then' is a fine album that stands up ably along side SLF's three other angrier first albums (with respect to their first incarnations). It is interesting that at the time that they produced this album of 'softer', introspective songs they were by all accounts knocking seven bells out of each other on the road.
Anyway, they were filmed for the new station Channel 4 at one of their last gigs. I think that it is great.
01. Touch & Go
03. Fly The Flag
04. The Price Of Admission
05. Bits Of Kids
06. Is That What You Fought The War For?