"Our Aim is to Satisfy" is a darker, moodier album than the previous 'Jazz-dance' album, Making Bones. It features more in the way of synths and orchestral sequences than the the trumpets and bouncy sounds of their previous album. There's no one track that stands out as well as "Image of you" from Making Bones but there are more pieces of a higher and consistent standard throughout. 'Some Kind of Kink' is a true classic, a very bizarre meld of sounds and drumming and is no wonder it's the choice for their first single. The final 3 tracks are slower, moodier and more instrumental than the more soul inspired middle part. "They're Hanging me tonight" being a haunting end to a great album. So buy a copy on CD, then buy another copy on Vinyl because you should have it on display somewhere.