Musically this album is for ass-kicking fun while speeding down the highway with a dozen police cars chasing after you. It's dirty and noisy, but catchy with some thumping beats. Each song is different and distinguishable but they all feel good together as a cohesive whole. The Professor's voice is pretty much what you might expect from an insane sexually-driven economist, along with his distorted hard-edge use of synths and drum machines . T-Bone's bass guitar brings in crazy funk and rock elements to twist up the Professors synth-pop, dance beat inclinations.
Lyrically and conceptually it can be looked at in many ways. It expresses the conflict between ravenous lust and rational logic that is within us all, what happens inside when we long for someone we can't have, or someone we shouldn't have, or someone we once did have. That beast within that leads us astray from our other goals. We then call out for that cold hard self, that emotionless self, to protect us.
On the cover art Enrod The Clockman represents that strong unwavering self that imbues our will to move on, while the fleshy maw represents those maddening feelings of longing, jealousy and rejection that devour us and digest us in a pit of self-loathing and disgust.