Mix Anti-Flag type punk with electronica and dance beats, still reading, good. While this may not appeal to everyone, with their debut Intro5pect do not necessarily break new ground, but instead refine what is normally passed over as combining the worst elements of two genres to create a cohesive CD that is greater than the sum of its parts. From the first track, Rights, it is evident that the sing along, anarchistic vocals can be melded flawlessly into a raging electronic beat that transports you to an eastern european dance club. Instead of the vocals being trite sloganeering, a common attack on political punk as a genre, both verse and chorus are carefully constructed, well measured, and infectiously rhythmic. Perhaps the greatest asset Intro5pect has is that it's songs will not grow dated. I love Anti-Flag, and any fan of the band should pick this CD up (Justin produced the CD and does backing vocals, and even a lead verse or two), but their lyrics, while highly relevant to the times, often become dated as politics change and presidents leave office. Intro5pect instead rails against capitalism, corporate greed, and the American consumer mentality, things that, unfortunately show no signs of ceasing. Pick this CD up, it may not change the US, but it may just change punk, at least a little bit.