Man, it seems like whenever I get sick of whatever new music is out there, I always find my way back to this record. Spun this CD all weekend - superb songwriting, tasteful playing, and an all around great sounding record. I remember when "One Headlight" was being played ad nauseum on the radio at the time and it just made me appreciate that tune even more. Another high point on the CD for me is "Bleeders". Any love for the Wallflowers? What's good after BDTH? I think I have the record after that one, but never really connected with it.