• Record Label: Geffen
  • Release Date: May 25, 2004
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  1. MessyFlesh
    Jul 15, 2004
    7
    Street grim b-boy punk. Think beasties from down under meets sonic youth.
  2. WhiteLine
    Jun 16, 2004
    9
    A brilliant international debut that does justice to the pristine mayhem of the Aussie EP's. The two singles, Pony Ride and Come Ova, are genre defying, twisted visulisations that exist in the warped mind of Chrils Colonna. These snapshots of psychodrama are splashed throughout the beats that accompany the "freshest MC in the land"(Pink Fairy Floss), Villa Colonna. The whole thing A brilliant international debut that does justice to the pristine mayhem of the Aussie EP's. The two singles, Pony Ride and Come Ova, are genre defying, twisted visulisations that exist in the warped mind of Chrils Colonna. These snapshots of psychodrama are splashed throughout the beats that accompany the "freshest MC in the land"(Pink Fairy Floss), Villa Colonna. The whole thing wreaks of the lunacy that the Bumblebeez 81 bring to their live shows. Expand
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Generally favorable reviews - based on 12 Critics

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  1. There’s so much going on here that you have to listen close. And still, it’s a fun album, catchy and wild and full of exuberance.
  2. Alternative Press
    40
    They lard The Printz with rote Aggressive Rock Radio fodder. [Jul 2004, p.148]
  3. Christopher Colonna's partly annoying, wholly unintelligible emceeing on ''Pony'' could not possibly prepare you for the nasal pseudosnarl of lady rapper Vila, who dominates the album's latter half.