My two favorite things about this band are their raw non-self conscious energy and their attention to detail in their wall of sound. This album was played live and you can tell - it's got all the grit and in-your-face energy of a live concert, and their sounds are at once 50s science-fiction spacey, 60s psychedelic/pop, 70s punk riot Ramones, 80s Talking Heads/DEVO, with a huge dose of old-fashioned rock and roll. I went around reading reviews about them and descriptions like "jagged psych-punk" and "unruly fuzzed-out freak rock" resonated (distortion abounds!). But my absolute favorite (from the Austin Chronicle?) was "Dwyer's guitar playing is best described in terms usually reserved for feral cats." (Yes it is!) I loved the use of sax on the first tune, and I love how there are no divas - the band instruments and voices are equally weighted in focus, yet you can hear everyone clearly - nice production job for a wall of sound. And the band is very tight - they read each other like music psychics.
I so liked this band that, when walking around a great local vinyl shop (Sweat Records in Miami) I bought the vinyl (I had only downloaded the mp3.) Needless to say, the sound on the vinyl was even better. Definitely recommend getting it and/or seeing them live if you can.