Even in their supposed heyday, the colourful power pop of Jellyfish's music never really seemed to fit in to the musical trends of the early 1990s. This is a shame because judging by the modern day success of similarly-styled but inferior bands like Orson, perhaps they were ahead of their time. This state of events could possibly help Chris Brown, particularly so given that ex-Jellyfish bassist Chris Manning is on hand with production duties. Brown's debut 'Now That You're Fed' is abundant with pop hooks and his lyrics sparkle with wit and invention ("You're a five star general at the boy scout bash/ Just a six-pack sally with a milk mustache"). The only slight problem is it all sounds so clean as if Brown is singing to impress small children and this sometimes dilutes the effect of his undoubtedly clever songwriting. Still, with the likes of 'April' and 'All My Rivals' his music compares well to latter-day XTC and the harmonies on 'Another Day' aren't a million miles away from the Beach Boys. Overall, it's perfect pop music for brushing your teeth to.