So you think you know your classic pop and soul you stopped listening to most new music in 1972 and went back in time to discover the Shangri-Las, Phil Spector, Dusty, The Zombies and The Flying Burrito Brothers, only re-emerging in 1978 when pop music got a shot in its arm. You knew your Costello from your Husker Du and you saw signs of greatness in those early Lemonheads records and you even followed that song-writing connection all the way Down Under, unearthing the immaculately conceived pretty pop of Smudge and early Sneeze. But now, after a decade's time-out from their debut, Sneeze discovered the Super Dude Don Covay and those sweet sounds of soul and Wu-Li reminds ya that you're 'thirty-friggin-three' (plus), but do you care? not a bit, cos with 'Lost The Spirit' they made the greatest pop record of the New Millennium. But of course, you always knew they friggin' would, didn't you?