Hot damn! Karate keeps evolving their style completly oblivious to current music trends or any demands of their fans. The press for this album said it was going to blend and alternate bertween styles "like a good mixtape" (which inaccurate, thank god). More of the groovy jazz banter and vivid lyrics found on Unsolved, but with a bit of a punch at times. I put this on for one of my friends and he described it as "sexy." If your Advanced Jazz Theory teacher dug Fugazi he's be in a band like this. Reccomened for 20-somethings who read E. Annie Proulx, music majors, and Geoff Farina's wife.