This is probably the closest EDD will ever come to releasing a mainstream record. That is no criticism. It's an 'indie' classic and contains some of EDD's strongest songs and performances. Lots of punky-alt country/indie guitar sound with great intertwining male/female vocals. You also get the mandatory quieter tracks where the space and silence becomes as important as the actual music. The lyrics are often spiked with black humour as well.
If you're starting off and want to hear one of lo-fi/indie's best kept secrets this is as good a starting point as any.