Ian Dury's untimely death last year deprived British pop of one of its greatest ever lyricists. He may be best remembered for his debut album with the Blockheads, New Boots And Panties - it's now 24 years old but as this tribute record shows, the songs have aged remarkably well. Inevitably, as with all such albums it's not as consistent as you'd like it to be; Sinead O'Connor and Madness acquit themselves well but Robbie Williams and Billy Bragg sound as if they first heard the songs five minutes before recording. An uneven experience, then, but if it sends some people back to the original it'll have more than served its purpose.