the latest contribution from mark sniper, the heart and soul of blank dogs. just in case you didn't know the band have five full length albums in the market all independently released. this one although a little different from previous albums gives me something interesting enough to compare to some of our old post punk/new wave/synth favourites from the eighties. "land and fixed" is all that, besides the obvious dreamy synth-driven instrumentals, mike sniper also surely resembles the patented haunting vocals of its darkwave predecessors. the album has more mustard than pants it worth listening to. it'll definitely take you back and remind you why we love joy d., et al.