Nothing original, perhaps more a pastime, the disc had a good success. Perhaps for the sounds that come close to the group's production.
Gilmour a rather inspired at the time, writes almost all the lyrics that are more personal and intimate than those of the ("his") Floyd.
Note the presence of Rick Wills on bass and Willie Wilson on drums, the group members of Gilmour in 1967, before being called to replace Barret.
The album opens with "Mihalis" (Michael in Greek) instrumental atmosphere, similar to the opening of the last Floyd songs.
It continues with "There's No Way Out Of Here" which is a cover of "No Way Out Of Here" (written by Baker, produced by Gilmour, is the most broadcast by radio.
"Cry From The Street", "So Far Away" and "Short and Sweet" are the following songs, good exercises, enjoyable but perhaps tiring after several plays.
"Raise My Rent", completely instrumental, always very atmospheric, it seems to have been the inspiration for "What do you want from me" and "Marooned" (from The Division Bell).
"No Way", another good song, perhaps the best of the album.
Proceed with another instrumental "It's Deafinitely", with a sound that tries to deviate from the usual, but that fails to save the piece too.
It closes with "I Can not Breathe Anymore" which do not differ substantially from the other songs.
In the end it turns out to be a pleasant album to listen to, tends to annoy, recommended to fans of Pink Floyd (and David).