Released: 10th March 2003.
After a break of almost four years, The Cardigans are finally back. Unfortunately, this doesn't have the strength of "Erase/Rewind", the mood of "Hanging Around" or the instantly catchy sounds of "Love Fool" or "My Favourite Game", but it still manages to sound typically Cardigans. It's a very mellow offering, and will no doubt reawaken their fanbase, while perhaps creating a few new ones. Saying that, I feel they could have come up with something a little better after four years.
How the mighty have fallen. The Swedish band answering to the name of The Cardigans had huge hits throughout the 90s, their biggest being from the soundtrack to "Romeo & Juliet" starring Leonardo De Caprio. "For What It's Worth" is a comeback, but not with the bang I'm sure they expected. The song just doesn't quite cut it. I'm sure they'll at least make the Top 40, but where exactly is beyond me.