Although many of Ian Blurton's former bandmates and guest stars reappear on this album, this is essentially his own show. Musically, it shares the most with the heavy crunch of Steelteeth, but it's a looser affair overall. While some numbers don't quite work, others like "Lifelike," "In Yer Own Bed," and "Never Less Than Perfect" come close to the high watermark set by Steelteeth's "It Should Be." Originally released independently, it was later picked up for redistribution by Sonic Unyon, and given a new cover.
AllMusic Review by Sean Carruthers