Bendinin: I dig the mellowness of this tune, it's a nice change from the super heaviness of everything else. It's also nice to hear Satomi's voice more present, even though it's very meek and subdued. There's definitely a random feel to the groove, but it's a little more structured than those of the past, which is mainly thanks to her melody.
Itchy P-Pads: And back to the loud randomness we go. I just wish there was more structure to their grooves so that I had something to follow. Well, the title of this song is hilarious, so I can definitely get down with that.
The Pickup Bear: I wish the guitars weren't so muddled, because I think I would actually enjoy this song if it were just normal. And if there was no feedback. I dig that "the pickup bear" (whatever that's supposed to mean) is the only line in the song. It is so difficult to critic these tunes.
The Comedian Flavorists: See, I like when I can hear the guitar. Much more enjoyable than all the muddled nonsense, in my opinion. Not that it lasts for very long, but it's nice to hear it for a little bit. It's still so random though.
Queen of the Mole People: Yay for another mellow tune! Probably the best way to end the the studio portion of the album out (the remaining are live). It's also nice to hear a male voice. And structure. There's actually a recognizable groove to this, and I am very happy for that. If only they all sounded like this...