In this case the term can be used for both album AND band. A band known to be 'unpigeonholeable', were just TOO different to gain serious, long lasting success. Had they been a part of a musical movement that was influenced more by ska/punk/rock/whatever and had the music press not been too racist/scared to feature a white 'indie' band with a black lead vocalist, then maybe things would have swung more in their favour. They had the swagger, the confidence and the attitude to fit in with the scene at the time, and their songs were certainly as good, and in most cases better than most of their peers. So, this album then. Well, the problems they had during the recording process are well documented (if you know where to look!) but apart from a couple of cliched and/or dated sounding samples this album soars from beginning to end. There are a LOT of musical styles, not just from one song to another but from one verse to another! I won't go in to details about the songs, if you're reading this then you know Audioweb exist and as that is the case then you're probably reading this because you need convincing that you should buy this album. I DIDN'T buy this album when it came out. I saw it on offer 2 or 3 years after release and took a risk for £2.99. By this time, the band was defunct. I, like a lot of others just didn't buy in to the Audioweb experience at the time for one reason or another, had we done, then this band could have acheived top ten status on a more regular basis. This album sees them hitting their stride, fusing all their influences into their own unmistakable sound. 'Freefall' is as epic and as moving as ANY song from ANY genre and if you still need convincing that you should own this cd then this song ALONE is worth any money you'll be asked to part with. Fortunately for you, this album goes for pennies!