The album has much more emphasis on guitars than either of their previous releases, while retaining their usual sound.
The track Nosedive was made in colaboration with 'electronic junk punk' band Babyland and was first released on the Rivet Head Culture compilation under the band name Recliner. This colaboration would continue throughout the Rodents career.
Despite being out of print, the album can still be bought through the Vampire Rodents ebay page.
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