UR has never been an album-oriented operation. That's why the collective's debut full-length, Interstellar Fugitives, didn't come out until 1998, nearly ten years after its first 12-inch. UR's aesthetic is in full form here: a post-dystopian fusion of hip-hop, industrial, electro and, of course, Kraftwerk. Still, the group's own personalities do emerge. Simply compare the shadowy ambience of Andre Holland's "Unabomber" to the stuttering street grooves on Chaos' "Afrogermanic."