Everything I said about Pretties for you, more or less, is relevant here. Difficult, inventive, messy, shambles, cool, and a host of other words. Though this has slightly more traditional approach to songwriting, and is the, slightly, inferior of the two.
The Cooper band always struggled to reach the forty minute mark for their albums, and here its, Lay Down and Die, Goodbye that outstays its welcome, but with a great finish! (Well Ive written home to mama!).
Below Your Means has a similar structure to Halo of Flies, passing through various rock themes on its extended journey, but maybe is more 'West Coast'. Beautiful Flyaway sung by an uncredited Michael Bruce, two garage tracks, (Still No Air and Return Of The Spiders), and a number of off-kilter pop songs.
Again, not a gem, but a solid four stars, if you like Zappa or The Doors, Killer or Love it to Death, and all that late sixties underground, theres no reason not to have this. Pretties For You is better, though.