The opening track Propofol is an immediate reminder of what this band is all about taking classic British punk rock, served up with a slice of the melodic sounds made famous across the Atlantic, turning it inside out, smashing it to pieces and voila you have MILLOY. This album also showcases a breathtaking diversity with their new song writing. For a moment the pace drops, the guitars begin hitting on the off beat with less ferocity, and the eerie sound of Mary Rose kicks in. It doesnt last for long though with songs such as Breach and Textbook bringing you back to punching your fist in the air, while the power of the melody in Second to None and The Math will leave listeners breathless. Not only an incredible achievement, Creating Problems while Practising Solutions. is the definitive MILLOY recording.