They make a funny duo. The highlight is "I Want You," which pairs Egyptian Lover's sexed-up lyrics with Witschakowski's brooding chords. Witschakowski's percussion is rawer than usual, and there's something weirdly thrilling about hearing Egyptian Lover spout "come-ons" over mournful chords that sound like they're from a Dopplereffekt tune. (The vocoder section at the end is pure bliss.) There's also "Exterminate," a frantic barnstormer with a deadpan voice that repeats the title. Exodus is one of the more peculiar releases in The Exaltics' catalogue. Released as a skull-shaped picture disc depicting a skull full of beetles, it's a curiosity in more ways than one.