It's fast, it's confusing, it's 'esoteric', whatever that means; in a word, it's fantastic. It also has a few tunes, which is nice, and Red Hot Car is a funny garage pastiche that also happens to work as a fairly storming Pusher track. I Wish You Could Talk is my personal highlight of the album - I have a soft spot for nice subtle melodies - simply because it sounds strangely like a drill'n'bass version of Air On a G-String (or is it 'the g-string'? I can never remember). Don't be mistaken, there are some astoundingly noisy and occasionally aurally shocking tracks too - one or two will make you jump out of your skin at least a couple of times when played loud. Great.