This is the least talked about Razed In Black album, maybe because people think its dated or boring. I dunno, I really like this album. It has a dark and heavy edge like Sacrificed, but is more electronic like Damaged. Songs like Cyberium, Just Let It Go, and Control get the red red kroovy flowing. Great album to listen to at night. I used to own the original cd release of Shrieks, Laments, and Anguished Cries and I always thought it sounded a little flat and low on the bass end. I took a chance getting this release(something Cleopatra does a lot), and i was blown away. It wasnt the bonus tracks I was blown away by, but by the new production/remastering the album has had. I put the cd in my player and was floored by the new depth to the brooding synth lines and deep bass tones. The beats actually beat hard this time. That and you can actually hear Romell sing on the album...finally. I know that a new remastering cannot improve the quality of the songwriting, but I really like this album so it does make the album 100 percent more enjoyable to me. The bonus tracks are so-so, which is to be expected, especially on a Cleo re-release. The best one would prolly be Metamorphosis. Bottom line, is that if you have never heard this album, but liked the other two(Sacrificed/Damaged), then you must get this because it got a serious make-over. If you like electronic-based industrial with heavy guitars ala KMFDM, NIN, or Ministry, then of course you need to check Razed In Black out. An essential album and essential band of mid to late 90's industrial. Have fun and be evil.