The sixth number, 'The Video Dept', is most definitely the song from which mentions of shoegaze are drawn. The sound though, is much more than simply indistinguishable lyrics smothered in guitar. The title itself, matched with the shoegaze element, is making a point. This band for me, wants to stay very much in the past, wallowing in the simple life. They are making a stab against video, stubborn in their perhaps backwards ways. I personally love this, and seeing as not many others songs sound quite the same, I'm all for this section of the album. The only other song that strikes the same kind of feel is 'Four Months in the Shade'.
'You Stopped Making Sense' finishes the record on a flying high, leaving us with a sense of closure that reveals itself through the long, drawn note at the very end. As a conclusion, if you're a fan of pop rock, and want to reminisce, laughing and playing in the blurred memories of summers gone by, then grab this record and treasure it. I know I'm going to! Some of the best pop I've heard, I'm sure anyone with a heart will love it!