Looking back at student favourites from the early 90's, it's hard not to feel slightly squeamish recalling the likes of Carter USM, Ned's Atomic Dustbin and EMF. Lumped in with this peculiar dance-rock hybrid was Jesus Jones. 'Doubt', their second album, which was released in 1991, contained most of their hits and remarkably these same hits have lasted quite well; there's a compelling youthful energy to 'International Bright Young Thing' and 'Real, Real, Real' which does not need excessive 'E' tablet consumption to become enjoyable. 'Right Here, Right Now' even fluked a hit in the States during the Gulf War but it should be remembered as a good pop song in its own right. Naturally, no one can argue that this is a classic record, but there are a few other moments scattered around which are worthy of note; the menacing rumbling bass that underpins the chorus to 'Nothing To Hold Me' whilst 'Welcome Back Victoria' doffs a cap in the direction of XTC's 'Dear God'. For once, this is childish nostalgia that isn't accompanied by adult embarrassment.