This is, without a doubt, pure nineties' sound - challenging the myth which wanted everything from that decade to be depressing-generation-x-appealing-grunge or now-shamefully-kitschy-pop (apart from the last dying groans of college rock). Oh, for sure, there is drama in this record, but in a more mature variant ("Blue and Black" seriously remembered me of Pere Ubu) than that. "Very Sleepy Rivers" is quite alienating - in a oh-so-hypnotic way, but is captivating the same. Intriguing to say the least. In fact, none of the tracks in here ever tired me. Also, this disc presented an unexpected surprise, since the 1992 Mint Films edition had a second disc, containing "Lego my Ego".