Agreed--"Bones" is a great track, and apparently very underrated on this album. I know exactly what you're saying here--it seemed like there were several bands that would come along in the 90's and suddenly you were down this rabbit hole of mysterious fascination with them. That's how it was for me seeing a few PJ Harvey videos and becoming quite fascinated with her. That's the effect that seeing Nine Inch Nails' "March Of The Pigs" video had on me--that it was something raw and visceral and completely dangerous. The video is really a lost art form, even a very simple one. Also Shudder To Think--great band! Have been thinking of starting a thread on them. How awesome that you got to see a The Bends-era show as well. I don't have much use for the lightweight "How Can You Be Sure?"--a nice enough tune but not particularly interesting compared to the rest of the band’s output of the time. "India Rubber" on the other hand has a very addictive drum pattern, and kind of points the way toward some of the experimentation the band would soon do. The looped "Ah HA" laugh part towards the end of the song is somewhat trippy too. Like this track a lot.