Thanks to a new deal with V2, Ashworth's next delicious batch is finally available -- and well worth the wait. Lyrics on the deep dub track "World Gone Crazy," delivered by Jamaican legend Horace Andy, may have sparked the flap: "Terrorists throughout the land, try to make me understand/Making your point, by killing an innocent man." A syncopated ska guitar riff and horns anchor "Problem Is," its world-weary words sung in the silky baritone of Terry Hall (née the Specials). Plaintive guitar picking and sad strings counterbalance the quick-tongued members of New York crew Sight Beyond Light on the melancholy yet optimistic title track: "Six million ways to live lavish/Beyond all the misery and mathematics... still livin', still chillin'..." An ominous rap by Planet Asia (Cali Agent) drives the stellar "Soldiers," its legato horns and orchestral synths punctuating a skanky guitar strum. The catchy guitar romp "Official Chemical" and atmospheric acid-jazz of "3 a.m." round out the disc, proving again Ashworth's ability to meld an array of ingredients into something highly palatable.