Weighing in at 13 tracks (at over 53 minutes) this is a more-hefty-than-average album. It's not without its share of catchy tune, either - from the raw sound of Club Foot, through the more tuneful Processed Beats and Reason Is Treason, to the clublike sound of L.S.F (Lost Souls Forever)
Each of the tracks feature at least a few electronic synth sounds mixed in with the more standard rock sound. It's an interesting mix, giving the album a kind of club sound - which I guess would make this "club rock" music. Though for select clubs only. The tracks certainly don't all have thumping bass lines or fast paces. The vocals on all of the tracks are kind of radio-raw, but not as raw enough to make it sound like punk. I find it overall vaguely reminiscent of Ocean Colour Scene, with synth sounds thrown in on top, that doesn't really do it justice though. Maybe more like a lighter version of Pitchshifter - in fact the main riff on Running Battle made me think of Pitchshifter's Hidden Agenda straight away. Certainly, check it out if you like light rock.
It won't set the world on fire, but it is pretty catchy nevertheless. 3/5