An amazing ska/punk underground band who clearly keep out of the limelight. If they did they would be massive, FACT!!! The music on this is a lot more laid back than pervious releases, at least because they adopt more of a hardcore ska-orientated sound. From the stomping skanking backbeat of "Smoke", and the snippet refairn of "All of the youth shall witness the day that babylon shall burn" surley reflecting on the London riots me thinks. "Law Dealers" with its urban message of dishonest cops surley will go down as a reggae anthem. "Just Say Neigh" with the opening sound of a donkey is hilarious. Dedicated to all those who mess around with K, when they should be out reaching their full potential, the bass line and opening riff on this track is excellent. "Run Things" is a brillant toe-tapping, hi-hat ska song, not so jolly is the message though. It is aimed directly at the establishment who deviously run things. "Progress", a rollicking punk/ska tune with another stab at the establishment. I love the way they can have punk/ska/ reggae all in one song. In parts this album feels almost folky, some of the guitar instrumental breaks feel almost Irish folky in parts. Which brings me onto "Battlefield", with a fine tin whistle and guitar break used to great affect. "Dark Scar" is one of my favorite tracks on this album, a great punky riff for the opener, with a wonderful skacore backbeat all the way through. With a angry J having a go at the sheeple of society. "Boundaries" sounds similar to their track "Heartbeat", a catchy skanking tune with a superb guitar break. This track almost sounds radio friendly, they have to be the best kept secret. A truly original band. If you get the chance to see them live, do so. One of the best bands I have ever seen live and thats a FACT!!!