The progressive poets of Scando-garage have done it again. A blinding album that draws upon many influences and distills them into a more or less contemporary garage punk sound. Much the same angry, yet clean and crisp kinda sound as "Survival Sickness" but more eclectic and more embracing of different musical eras and genres (dare I mention that there's a synth on one of the tracks!). Possibly more of an aquired taste than their previous album but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
The CD comes complete with a lengthy (in sleeve note terms, anyway) critique of capitalism, lyrics with recommended reading appropriate to each track, and a list of progressive websites.
As the lyrics for "Dead language of Love" say; "Hey I can envision more radical times, not just standing silently around". So get down and shake to the revolutionary sounds of The Noise Conspiracy, baby!