Electronics genius? Minimalist dance groover? Hurricane Katrina survivor? Club owner? Outre surrealist?
The lyrical concerns haven't changed much, with songs like "Dirt Bag Fever" and "The Boss Wants to Party with You" pretty much about what those titles imply. And of course, there's strange moments like the faux-British "Sunday Night" and "Final Conflict" to provide a bit of extra spice.
Before even hearing the record, anyone not acquainted with the Quintron universe would probably do a double take when seeing the album's cover shot, wondering just what those people are up to with the snake and the sundae -- or the vampire fangs. Featuring a cameo by Geannie Thomas (of Ernie K-Doe's Mother in Law Lounge), this had to be a fun cover shoot. (