This is the full-on crazy, tongue-in-cheek project I had expected from Uncle Al. The first half of the album is no-holds-barred, aggressive industrial metal. The second half delves into catchy -- almost poppy at times -- trippy and just plain fun experimental songs - which are even better if you're in a certain "state of mind." I'm a little on the fence on the vinyl mix. I felt it should have had more dynamic range, but it's not bad by any means and doesn't distract from the music.
I would recommend this to a friend
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