Certainly the least accomplished of their albums, but very worth owning for fans. It is fun to here the raw as well as the more subtle hints at the majesty that would come. Songs like "Laura", "Laura II" and "Power" are balls to the wall power Goth. Early fan favorite "Trees Come Down" is a slow-building, paganistic brew that grows into a stomp. The minimal, delicate "Darkcell" is dark and haunted and has always been a favorite. "secrets" displays some of the gentle, elegant style that they would develop further later. All in all, it may be Nephilim's worst (excluding the post-breakup 'Zoon' and the pre-reformation, unendorsed 'Fallen') but it's still very good and any fan should want to know what started it all. Oh, and I certainly have listened to and enjoyed it more than 3 times.