I was first exposed to this band through the record 'Jennie Bomb'. While detractors of that record could rightfully complain that the songs sounded too similar to each other, the same cannot be said of this much richer more varied album.
The songs average between 3 and 4 minutes each, which is longer than on Jennie Bomb. With the extra time per track, the band manages to take each song farther allowing more slower quieter moments to help the loud moments stand out more.
When I first heard the band, the first band that sprang to mind was Siouxsie and the Banshees. Whether intentional or not, lead vocalist Maria Andersson has successfully channelled the vocal stylings of Siouxsie -- and as a fan of that late 70's band I consider this a very good thing indeed.
Yet despite their similarity to other bands, they retain a certain uniqueness that makes them stand out. If you have Jennie Bomb by all means get this record, you won't regret it. If you have neither record, then I also recommend this as it is a better introduction to the band than Jennie Bomb.