if you liked Speak English Or Die, you will probably dig this album. yeah, there are some subtle differences. the guitar sound isn’t the same classic 80’s thrash metal tone that made Scott Ian’s rhythm playing famous. it’s a little more sludgy. also, Billy Milano’s vocals are a little meaner sounding with a lower, throaty growl compared to the S.E.O.D. album. but overall, the S.O.D. spirit is still there. the songs are still great, they’re still heavy, funny, and offensive. probably one of the best metal albums of 1999. you may or not agree, but it has to be at least the best album on Nuclear Blast records that came out in ‘99.