Produced by Tod A. (Firewater, Cop Shoot Cop), mixed in Tel Aviv by Tamir Muskat (Balkan Beat Box)
Featuring Tod A. in a full lead vocal performance ("Drop the Rock"), a klezmer traditional in a cumbia mood, Uri Kinrot (Boom Pam) in the surf anthem "Exotic" (the Sentinals) turned into a belly dance hit , a Spaghetti Balkan version of the italian 60es hit by Patti Pravo ("La Bambola"), mariachi trumpets and punkish tarantellas, middle east and surfy polkas.
If you don't like the babel of our world, please don't read further: this CD is our Casbah of genres and moods, we believe we can Dance and at the same time Combat for any language to be heard so we ride, as a rock band, as much languages as we can.
This is NO world music: This is the Music of the World played by a punk-rock horn-section-driven band.
This is NO traditional music: This is Rock with Loud Drums and Traditions dancing along.
This is NO crossover music: We don't "cross" anything, and it's not over at all.
This is NOT a love song: It was the former title of "Tromba Ignota (vs. Bruce Lee)", dropped because would had sounded like a PIL mimic. Our producer told us to change title and lyrics, even we all love PIL and their Not a love song (and to mimic too), and we agreed. Nobody remembers exactly why.
This is NO serious music. Read the previous line.