There's a couple of songs on here that made me take notice of the Dresden Dolls in the first place (Girl Anachronism and Bad Habit). They are fine punk songs, with all the energy and ironoy that comes along with that, mixed with an interesting cabaret style. I've always enjoyed this mixing of styles (like The Pogues and Irish folk music or Gogol Bordello with gypsy music) with more traditional punk songs and driving rythms.
Unfortunately, a lot of the songs on this album don't have that same energy. The lyrics keep the irony, anger, and comedy of punk rock, but the music is more traditional cabaret piano. It becomes uninteresting to listen to.
I personally like Yes, Virginia... (the only other Dresden Dolls album I own) better than this soley because of the more energetic music.