Chaosphere is a great album and a good place to start for first timers to their music. One obvious highlight on the album would be New Millenium Cyanide Christ due to its highly complex rhythmic structure and somewhat hillarious music video which can be found on youtube and on the re-release of Meshuggah's "Nothing" album. One word of warning: do not let the video fool you. It may seem funny and a tad quirky but, the lyrics, when you read them, paint a different picture as they are very dark and highly sophisticated. The musical quality is of the highest standard in technical metal. Perhaps on this album, it could be argued that the songs have become more abstract in terms of rhythm and structure than that of their previous release: "Destroy Erase Improve" which, in the grand scheme of things is seen as a good thing as it shows their progress as musicians. Just prepare yourself for a barage of insane riffs, almost nonsensical solos and blistering drums. The original songs of the album do not dissapoint but, the remixes of Future Breed Machine that have been included on this reloaded issue are a bit of a let down. The original Future Breed Machine is certainly the best version and remains one of the greatest songs to have been released by the 5 piece Swedish metal machine. Overall, this is a very consistant gem of early technical/math metal and I highly recomend it.