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The album moves into poppy, upbeat club territory with the earworm "Dead Fingers Talk," guaranteed to get everyone moving at your city's goth/industrial club night. The buildups are big, such as in "Omens and Monuments", with monstrous synths that bring Immoral Emporium to a goosebump-inducing, cathartic end leaving the listener looking forward to the future.