/Industrial rock, Alternative, EBM, Leftfield, Dark pop, Synth pop, Big beat, Crossover/
Comment: undoubtedly this 12-track release is a little freaky due to its unsettled and bent nature which, of course, is welcome. It extends from brooding industrial synth rock and EBM sequences to more spaced-out electronic compositions involving the shards of hip-hop, big beat, cut and paste aesthetics. Or just conflating acoustic chords with electronically designed layers. However, despite a vast array of styles and experiments the album is judicious and accomplished. Emotionally there are some upgrading, expansive moments where D´r Sjaak extols the fun of music due to campy dodges and undulation, though, the greater part of the content is elegantly murky and glowering. And the coverprint is impressive. F.ck off!