This is one of my all time favorite albums from this group. It is by far their most beautiful sounding and their most oceanic sounding of their discography. I love the tropical feel they achieve throughout this album. Karoli's guitar leads are at its finest showing just how much range he really had. Holger's bass propulses in intricate yet full sounding grooves interlocking with Jaki's mind blwing african polyrythyms with never fail to blow me away. Irmin's keys really help bring out the aquatic, intense feel in the sound their desiring and adds to the whole richness of the album. My favorite song is the title track with its intricate tropcial jazz rythyms but i also really enjoy "Spray" as well. Spray gives me the feel of some wild headhunters running through a rainforest ready to spear unwanted tourist's. Its probally the most dangerous sounding song of the album. "Moonshake" might be one of Can's most inviting songs theyve ever made but also has a mid breakdown of random machine noises that might turn a head or two. The final track "Bel Air" a 20 minute grand finale of music that really gets into the whole mood of the album moments of peace and tranquility and other moments of chaotic, aerial like experimentation gone hay wire. The greatest part of this band is when you think how could they ever get back to the forefront they somehow pull it off and really open minds of sonic possibility. This is a good album to start with if youd want to get into this radical group. Its one of thier finest featuring Damo Suzuki which is by far my favorite vocalist of him and Mooney. His vocals arent to promiment on the album but i feel that when they do show up there all in the right places done in the right way. If your headed to the tropics anytime soon you might want to bring Future Days along.