I picked this album up by sheer accident in my local library, it was the only CD I hadn't heard of in the entire selection. It only turned out to be one of the best albums I've heard in years, and that's after 2 years of listening to it a lot. I dunno where these guys come from but they certainly can squeeze things out of electronic boxes that makes Leftfield look retro, and structure them together in a way that makes Underworld appear coherently normal. Its not techno, or quite soothing enough to call ambient, more like Kraftwerk on acid, with dark industrial undertones that add a chunky bit of realism to the whole experience. As the album progresses it becomes darker and more ambient, and contains some of the most chilling samples I've ever heard. If you don't like this album then your lying to yourself.