These songs were a continuation of the dark themes from the debut album. There was more of an experimental and psychedelic feel replacing the live garage band sound on the previous record. One could sense that the stronger batch of songs were picked for the first album, and leftovers were used for this one. Despite that, there are still six gems that clock around or less than three minutes that are not played on the radio, (tracks 1,2,4,6,8,and 9). Among those are mysterious ballads such as You're Lost Little Girl, and rockers like My Eyes Have Seen You, of which Black Sabbath partially ripped off the riff in 1970(the song was N.I.B). The Top 40 Hits on the album include Strange Days(#12), and Love Me Two Times(#25). The remaining two tracks are perhaps the least accessible. Horse Latitudes, a demented albeit humorous poetry recital, is somewhat of a throwaway track, and When the Music's Over, another rather pretentious yet successful mixture of poetry and music, in the mold of The End, including better variation in the instrumentation. After obtaining the first album, this is a good companion record, although it falls short of it's predecessor in both length (35 minutes to the debut's 44), and overall quality, though the high points are among the band's best work.