This is a highly unconventional album and one that could cause offence in many, many ways. The language used, the somewhat explicit content and the exploration of some really strange minds all combine in one place. It is also very funny, sad, highly scatological, strange and a little disturbing all at once. Given that this review is visible to children I cannot explain the content but a glance at the track listing will allow adults to read between the lines.
When writing a review I try to imagine who would want this album and score it against their needs. This time I cannot imagine who would want it yet it is too clever an idea to suggest it should be ignored altogether.
If you want to be shocked, bemused and to gaze in awe at the oddness of the human mind, it is s strangely compelling listen. Perhaps it would be best not to leave it in a car CD auto-changer though: Track 39 would be hard to explain to your other half.