This album makes me think of that part in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey, where the protagonist (I don't remember his name) departs to "Beyond the Infinite". It's kind of a cool scene, no going back.
90 Day Men used to be pretty easily definable, and the people clinging to those delineations, like the person below, are going to be particularly upset by this record, and ultimately hate 90 Day Men for creating Panda Park. It's all about transcending labels and whatnot, and that's exactly what this record does.
You hear a little bit of everything which sounds vaguely familiar, though not in an over-the-top way, making the whole different from anything you've heard. It has a decidedly "classic rock" feel in parts. I particularly like the texture of the record, the tones and the vocals, strangely, which have always annoyed me on other 90 Day Men records. Most of the other 90 Day LPs have come across as overwhelmingly pretentious, and in enacting the most pretentious move of all, they seem to have transcended even themselves. And that, I think, is a pretty rad thing.
Pick this record up if you're bored with the current state of music.