Crocodiles record this album in Mexico City and it's evident that the cultural setting bled through their album. Best way to describe this is salsa-punk and it straight up rocks. I'd like to add that the second track sounds like Michael Jackson meets vocal style of Muse, which is a little diferent from the rest of the album but good nonetheless. The album comprises of the essentials: guitar fuzz and reverb. Oh and here's a fun fact, the vocalist is married to Dee Dee Penny (from woman of the Dum Dum Girls) and togehter they run Zoo Music. You'll definitely catch some Dum Dum Girls influence.