Definitely Gizzard's most psychedelic album alongside Quarters! - the sitar passages and spaced-out vocals blend well with the Rhythm & Blues / Soul infuses that borrows a tad from The Murlocs' distinctive sound. The numerous live versions of Head On / Pill, the title track and Let Me Mend The Past outclass these versions, but they're still nice to revisit as raspy as they are in production. Another one that took me a while to get into - going through The Murlocs' discography definitely helped.
Favorite track: God Is Calling Me Back Home.