Arrogance Gave Him Up could very well have been the intro to a TV series starring the Associates as something along the lines of The Persuaders.
The second track, No, has so much drama that the young Werther would feel his life wasn't such an emotional rollercoaster after all. The music's synth-pop with a captivating piano right hand figure with a matching left hand rhythm - a track that kicks the single Party Fears Two's butt right across the floor.
The thing that gets too much though is Billy Mackenzie's singing as his voice goes from high drama to pubescent voice cracks as the album turns.
This album became their biggest hit and final recording as Mackenzie left the Associates just before touring was set to start.