While this cd is enjoyable, in fact it's very good but the music itself is very repetitious. In fact if you don't pay too much attention, you're going to think there are only 2 songs, and all the rest are remixes because C93 appears to use the same sample sets over and over. He uses the SAME EXACT guitar strum in every song, and I'm not exaggerating, as I'm listening to this album while I'm writing this review. Considering that C93 cds go for almost double the price of a normal Top40 cd, its hard to call this a good buy but a true C93 fan should check it out. I'm not tring to give this CD a bad review, I'm just being honest here. There are 9 songs, most of them in the 4:00min-6:30min area, and the main song "Sleep has his House" is 24mins. He sings in all of them softly, but its not the sadistic/demented poetry type of some of their other work. I think the songs are extremely well made, not a single track is a let down but this album really feels like one big 60min song than 9 seperate songs. This is the only reason why I give it 3 stars, as the music work itself is really like 4.5 star quality.
If you're looking for your first or second C93 to buy, I wouldn't start here, I think its something you should listen to at least once later on, but if you don't know C93 well, I suggest you purchase something like "Calling for Vanishing Faces" because you get more songs for the buck and a more diverse array of songs.