While many artists hide behind false bravado and fairy tales, Gemi-Fly has the guts to be truthful and vulnerable. Yes, she is more than capable of laying down a verbal beating on her enemies, but there's more to Gemi-Fly than that.
There is a lot of personal stuff on this album. It's very human, and that's appealing to me in any genre (I am mostly into avant-garde / noise / industrial).
I have 3 Gemi-Fly albums so far, and they are all solid. Don't sleep on this.