Comes off as inconsistent and bizarre, it definitely takes a few listens to really
rappreciate it. This is probably their most artsy album, with sudden tempo-changes, noisey
atmospherics, songs that switch genre several times within the span of 7 minutes, and three
part songs about being fishy reincarnation... They also pay homage to some of their
influences covering Brian Eno's "Third Uncle" (Their version being dramatically better than
Eno's, in my opinion) and "Ziggy Stardust" by the original sex-vampire. The overwhelming
strangeness and pretense of this album, though occasionally alienating, is part of it's charm and makes for a very interesting if disjointed listen.