For me, it’s a combination of the imagery in the lyrics, the instrumentation (such great brass), and its general other worldliness. It’s naivety is quite magnificent - "When you were young..." as King of Carrot Flowers” opens – it’s that wonderful innocence and hope. Combined with seeing sex in everything. There’s the bizarre incongruence about songs about Anne Frank being just so bloody joyous and danceable. And then there’s “I love you Jesus Christ, Jesus Christ, I love you, yes I do” which is, in many ways, probably the bravest line ever committed to vinyl by an alt-rock band. And the melodies are just to die for.