I interviewed Bad Company for XLR8R a few years ago, and they are nice guys. They’ve been making some of the meanest sounding shit I’ve ever heard for years now, but they still manage to sneak in some funky little polyrhythms and the odd soulful track here and there for flavor. Ripping basslines and chopped up amens are in evidence as always, but hey, Bad Company is nothing if not consistent. Just check out the included bonus Best Of The Bad mixed-CD if you don’t believe me.