Let me make myself clear... The third Dexys Midnight Runners album charted in the UK exactly 36 years ago today (September 21st 1985). Derided on release, misunderstood for years, shunned by the public hoping for Come On Eileen Pt.2. Kevin Rowland's great folly, Don't Stand Me Down. But actually it's brilliant. And always has been. Three different versions have appeared, which fiddle with the tracklisting, the production/mastering, and even the artwork. The last of these, The Director's Cut, was released in 2002. Every version is now OOP and pretty expensive. I would have given this album one of my "Featured Album" slots on the AFDPJ blog, but I've already written about it when covering This Is What She's Like, the 59th single to top my personal charts in November 1985. So I'll ramble on about it here instead!