Spare a thought for the Screen Prints. They were more concerned with gentle, pretty 60s-influenced melodies than the more obvious rock shapes of their contemporaries. However, the difference between them and, say, fellow former Earworm Records labelmates The Apples In Stereo was that whilst the latter were big bright and memorable, the former were unassuming and lacked the killer tracks to make them progress any further. That said listening for 70 minutes to 'Perfect City' is hardly time wasted and there are many songs here which - whilst never great - are certainly good. With vocals veering dangerously towards the over-fey 'Evening Feel', 'Her Name I Don't Remember', 'Her Departure' and 'Wrap Up Warm' are charming and endearing and would probably be described Stateside as 'quaint' and 'typically English'. Impressively the instrumentals 'Plain' and 'Scotland Forever' point towards a more experimental direction. The group also demonstrate an appreciation of the whispered, old-school dreaminess since perfected by (The Real) Tuesday Weld on 'We Loved On The Third Floor'. An unimportant best-of but certainly one of curiosity value.