FREE STICKER OF THE ALBUM COVER INCLUDED! It's difficult to describe it because it's a little bit of everybody - it's country, it's heavy metal, it's punk, it's rock, it's experimental, producer/engineer Cash Mattock said of the SLurblown style. It parallels early Ween mixed with an early Beck. The 14 songs on the album have a certain unity that is only apparent towards the end, after the listener has become accustomed to the jarring changes of style in mid-song, techno beats, mysterious tones, hard rock breaks and other oddities. Yet just when fans get used to the pace of the record, the final track, Precarious, seizes their attention again simply by being abnormally normal. The heavy reverb on the piano and vocals gives this slow song an almost ghostly feel that meshes well with the simple but effective acoustic guitar, but the usual dissonant, abrupt changes of style are absent. Then the album fades out like a melancholy lullaby. The new CD is tentatively titled, ""39 Minutes and 30 Seconds Closer, for reasons that Sonar will leave up to his fans to interpret. ""It's more of a reference to being 39 minutes and 30 seconds closer to something, I don't what; love or death or money or musical bliss, I'll let people decide for themselves.