Released on May 15, 2001
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"The Invisibles' debut full length starts off with the catchy and adrenaline-filled "Selfish", made memorable by its addictive guitar hook, and doesn't lose any of its stamina right through to end. The pace is kept up throughout, and one catchy guitar riff is always hot off the tails of another one before it. Occasional ska flavor is thrown in for variety, but it certainly wasn't necessary, because these guys definitely missed the trap of writing repetitive music by far. There's a couple really danceable tunes, such as "Souvenir" and "Question Mark" that are not unlike Millencolin in their effectiveness, and lots of energy-driven SoCal skate punk. But the Invisibles come from Brazil, which when compared to SoCal, is bigger and better in almost every way. So you could reasonably say this has come to affect their music as well. I can only hope that the brainwave that possessed these four guys during the recording of this CD stays with them for a long time, allowing them to put out more releases that are as good as this one."
punkinternational.com - Tim Krysko