"Good Luck" was released in January 2004 and debuted at number 12 in the UK. The lead vocals were sung by Lisa Kekaula, lead singer of US band The Bellrays. "Good Luck" was re-released in July, due to exposure on the BBC coverage of the Euro 2004television campaign. It reached number 14 that time around. The song also appeared on the anime film Appleseed.
"Plug It In", the third single from the album, was released on 4 April 2004 and debuted at number 22. It featured 'N Sync member JC Chasez (credited as 'J.C. Chasez').
A music video which didn't feature Siouxsie Sioux was also made for "Cish Cash", though it was not released as a single.
Metacritic gave the album a score of 85 out of 100 based on "universal acclaim".Pitchfork Media gave it a score of 9.1 out of 10, calling it "the most propulsive, ferocious music of the year as well as some of the most poignant."Entertainment Weekly called it "the richest and most fervent music the Jaxx have ever made".PopMatters called it "their best sustained effort so far."The A.V. Club called it "an album that sets the bar for density and imagination almost unreasonably high."Blender called it "their most violently inventive album yet."
NME, on the other hand, gave it a score of 6 out of 10 and called it "a naggingly problematic record" with "a void at its heart that no amount of cool celebrity mates can conceal."Allmusic, whilst giving it a very positive review and calling it perhaps the best dance record of 2003, wrote that it was "the least imaginative record Basement Jaxx have ever released."