The lyrics might be a bit crass a times, but the music kicks! The vocals and the steady guitar rhythms are what really stand out on this one (especially on songs like Big Bikes, Son of a Bitch, and Stage III).
This one slightly departs from the tradition of Wretch, but still comes across well---thanks to the non-slick mixing! The songs are less harsh, as are the lyrics, and the music is somewhat toned down, but the mixing isn't very smooth thus giving it a pseudo-harshness. They've also experimented a lot more musically (say with Space Cadet) with this one---it's a good rock album to have in your collection! The album is actually three very very long songs with subsongs.