This album is probably the best choice for fans of rage looking for something to fill the void left since the band stopped recording as a complete group. The blend of rap (supplied by Mr Boots Riley) and heavy beat, heavy rhythm rock in the form of "huge steamroller riffs with depth, charge, funk"(supplied by Mr Tom Morello) really gets back some of the way to the angry, funked up sound that made rage so awesome. Stand out tracks are 100 little curses, the Oath - where Riley gives a lesson in the art of story telling through song whilst Morello lays down a riff below in his own unmistakeable driving style. The album closing 'Nobody Moves (Til We Say Go)' is also worth mention for its rhythmic, heavy beat, bass laden groove and some classic Morello wah wah sounds. This album is definitely worth a look for any fans of rage and Morello as it shows one of the world's most individual guitarists with his massive repertoire of sounds, effects, and licks in full flow. Riley's rapping lends a razor sharp lyrical edge to the power of Morello's guitar with the resulting recording bound to leave an impression.