This is like two albums in one. Tracks 1-10 are short, punk/experimental/noisy songs but they are truly "songs" with a structure buried underneath the frenetic guitars and runaway rhythm section. Tracks 11-17 are experimental, noisy blasts lacking of structure. The album closer is unlike anything that has come before, a slower number that sounds like it was added after the band realized that the preceding 17 tracks ran only about 27 minutes.
Care to bash your head against an infested flagpole while your insane girlfriend skips around minding her own business? Bambi's Dilemma is this in a nutshell plus a bit more, depending on how others may see the album. Yasuko Onuki's vocals are sickeningly cute as usual, though unique and a bit abnormal enough to turn certain people off, while Ichirou Agata's riffs make out with the noisy, punk-like structure as intended.
I don't know what it is with Japan. If you thought Japanese porn was weird, wait until you hear this noise-punk-gone-grindcore outfit from Tokyo. With a vocalist that sounds like a gradeschooler on crack and a backing section that loves noise as much as melody, this is true 21st century punk.