The group also known as Aural Resuscitation Unit hooks up with some collaborators and takes on a blown-out, chaotic permutation of dub. The first track features vocals and effects-heavy drum machines, and makes you think you’re in for something along the lines of Peaking Lights. But any traces of pop are severely mangled distorted (but not quite abandoned) throughout the rest of the disc. The 12 tracks on here all run together, and are mostly around a minute long, except for the 3-minute 4th track and the 8-minute finale. Within these 12 tracks and 24 minutes, you hear more blown-out drum machines, choppy distortion, bleating foghorn saxophones, occasional vocals, and general confusion. If you listen on a decent stereo system, however, a persistent dub rhythm does tie all the noise together, and it begins to make sense. The final track ends abruptly, and you really feel like you have no clue what just hit you. Seriously mindmelting stuff.