While Food's only album is fairly wide-ranging in its exploration of various modes of lighter, more pop-oriented psychedelic album rock, it's an ordinary record of its kind. It's not so much what's wrong with the album that holds it back, but rather what it lacks in truly strong songs or original takes on the sound of its times. Certainly it's a record of its time, as you can tell from the fluttering distorted violin-ish guitar sustains, insertions of British psych-influenced horn fanfares, tempo changes, occasional probing vaguely trippy lyrics, uptempo soul-rock numbers, high piercing organ, and other such accoutrements.(allmusic)
From this great album i chose "Forever Is A Dream" and "Here We Go Again".
-by dj fanis: here