B-side "Bookaloo" is about as clear-cut as it gets here, though that's not saying much. It's near-constant loop of hand percussion keeps a strong linear current active, and only dips out long enough to give the spotlight to, say, a tweaked jungle break or accentuate an incoming drop of fidgety synth squiggles, booming subs and God knows what all else. There's a hell of a lot going on in "Bookaloo" at any given moment, almost to the point of sensory overload; that FaltyDL can keep it cohesive and rhythmically appealing is remarkable.
The title track takes more liberties with structure and mood, which makes it less likely to appear in DJ mixes. But that doesn't mean "Rich Prick Poor Dick" is any less effective or arresting with its gnarled technoisms—it'll just take a special kind of curator to find the right place for this blown-out, quasi-trance powerhouse.