There's not much online - but I did notice a lot of pointed references to his Englishness - which in the context of Britpop is eyebrow raising. Also there's nothing particularly English about Maladjusted beyond a couple of place names.
So a definite slant that he's finished & suspiciously nationalistic.
The Guardian did the same thing with Quarry.
Certainly, the paper-thin caricature Englishness of much of Maladjusted is likely to go down much better with Americans, for whom the title-track's mentions of the Fulham Road and "a Stevenage overspill" might yet retain a little declasse glamour.