An Ozric studio release is always keenly anticipated, waiting to hear what sonic delights emit forth from Ed and Co's musical blender. On first hearing, most Ozric fans will conclude it's business as usual. The warm, rich production sound returns, the style continues in the same vein as "Spirals in Hyperspace" and "The Floors Too Far Away." The usual Ozric traits are all here. Frantic rhythms, deep booming basslines, arpeggios flying in and out, Ed's searing guitar riffs, and the usual collection of weird and wonderful noises thrown in for good measure. Highlights? Mooncalf, Oddweird, and Oolong Oolong, which then flows beautifully into the title track. Should you buy it? Yes. Why? For me, Ozric albums always get better the more you listen to them, unlike most music these days. That is why any Ozric album is always worth the cover price.