On Crime for All Seasons, TKK took a 180 turn after Holiday, moving away from the "go go" beats and 50s-schtick. Here, TKK showcases their earlier Wax Trax style mixed in with their lighter, dancier material. Which I thought was no small feat, considering how worlds apart some of their albums are.
Fangs of Love starts off the album with a a fast, punky groove (much like After the Flesh from the Crow). Dope Doll Jungle has a heavy industrial edge with Groovie sneering in over great keyboard drones. Then Sexy Sucker puts a techno-laced beat and synth work over a warped guitar line. Great vocals on this one. Blonds is another raw punky song, while Lucifer's Flowers takes the cake by adding a classic-style TKK bass line over erie keyboards, nice female backing vocals, and Groovie tellin' it like it is. Great song and the highlight of the album. Yesterdays Void, Feel the Bite, and The Twilight Web are also excellent, while Bottomless Pit feels a little forced, with an erratic techno beat, but a catchy song nonetheless.
The group expertly incorporates a variety of styles on one short album. While it may make for a little uneven feel, I think it works with the content - which is the same as every TKK album (sex, drugs, death, wayard characters, etc).