Slice A features the track 'No Tip for a Kid', a catchy thrash-assault right in your face and a real-life anecdote from guitarist BB Plaza when he was still delivering pizzas. Next is 'World Needs Mosh', a very serious motivational and inspiring new Crisix anthem. Slice B offers the shortest song in Crisix's career: a 90's crossover and Jurassic-Park-inspired 'Raptors in the Kitchen'. With the next bite you will taste a spicy cook'n'roll: 'It is Tough to Cook a Song'. Slice C (extra raw) was recorded old way with everyone in the studio recording at the same time. No editing and unnecessary bullshit. Just straight extra raw to your face.
1) No Tip for the Kid ()
2) World Needs Mosh ()
3) Raptors in the Kitchen ()
4) It's Tough to Cook a Song ()