Pitchfork did a 50 Greatest Shoegazer Albums list, and Going Blank Again (which is actually a mish mash of shoegaze and other trends circa 1992 and ends up being a bloated mess similar to Second Coming by the Stone Roses) actually made something like #9, which is the most acclaim I've ever seen for any non-Nowhere Ride album. It doesn't say much for the genre that the top four entries were Loveless, Nowhere, Isn't Anything and Souvlaki which is like doing a Top 100 Rock Albums list so you can put Sgt. Pepper's, Highway 61 Revisited, Pet Sounds and Exile On Main Street as the top four.
I had to look the track up to even realize it was from Tarantula. The only thing I recall about the album, apart from that I don't recall any actual songs, is that the whole thing now sounded like generic fourth rate Britpop rather than "shoegaze" anymore. And of course Andy Bell ended up in Oasis.
But I will check those albums out, due to my completism disease.