Album No. 11 by the legendary British hard rock innovators was hailed as a true return to form.
Six years in the making but well worth the wait for fans of his trademark meld of garage rock, psychedelia, gospel, blues, R&B, classical music, pretty much everything.
The band named after their Massachusetts hometown totally smashed it with their debut album, which marked an important era in American rock music as it pivoted from a blues-based sound to the power pop style that had become the template for most rock recordings from then on.
The Wiganers’ well-crafted third studio album became a runaway critical and commercial success, putting them sharply on the pop culture radar and at the forefront of the Britpop explosion of the 1990s.
Too much is not enough.