This album defies description on several levels.
Firstly, it's a real broad mix of styles. The album starts out with the title track "All I Ever Really Wanted Was A Good Time", which begins with a subtle little ambient lead in and vocodered vocals á la "Eiffel 65"; the track them transmutes into hardcore, nosebleed Techno and then fades out into bliss-out acoustic guitar overlaid with, yup, you guessed, more vocodered vocals. The rest of the album is a similarly eclectic mix, managing to somehow blend in deep-South American blues guitar somewhere along the way.
Secondly, albeit the range of styles vary so much, this album is really well produced and gels in a really well-put-together sort of a way. This is even more surprising considering that the two guys who make up "My Computer", Messrs Luke and Chester, put the whole thing together with no more than a household PC, a sampler, a few guitars and a mixing desk.
Thirdly and finally, the CD is overprinted with the image of a large, orange rat, while the cover itself seems to have been assembled out of cut-up newspapers and magazines by a colour-blind Rhesus monkey. Or possibly even a Macac.
One to buy for anyone into bliss-out/trip-out/hardcore house/ambient tunes. Everyone should buy it, we'd all learn something.