The band's 8th album, released in late 2005. This time they're going at it with a slightly more instrumental approach, emphasizing the adrenaline-fueled spy-surf rock that is at the band's heart. Don't panic, the sounds effects and samples are still there. While Lydia Kavina's theremin will sorely be missed, it is hard not to be swayed by the great riffs on tracks such as "Hexe Chips" and "Charade?". As usual, the CD includes bonus videos with 60's pulp horror esthetics that perfectly match up with the music.