For all their success, the Beautiful South have never looked like a band who take themselves too seriously. No surprise then, that they've turned their first covers album into an extended series of musical jokes. The irreverent tone is set by their bizarrely slowed-down version of the Grease showstopper 'You're The One That I Want', which works an awful lot better in practice than it sounds in theory. Other highlights include the Ramones plated in the style of Abba and S Club 7 given the swinging cabaret treatment. There's no real link between the artists covered (Willie Nelson, Lush and Blue Oyster Cult are also represented), with as many misses as there are hits. And like most cover albums, the chances are you won't end up playing it too often. But it's reasonably good fun all the same.