I chose this album as my first Parov Stelar CD (and one of my few CD purchases) because it seemed to have the most jazz-dominant tracks, as opposed to the house-dominant songs of his earlier electroswing work. Parov Stelar essentially created the electroswing genre by combining swing with electronic music, and later spread out to include other jazz forms. So anyway, the disc came, I found the several songs I expected on it, and found most of the other songs intriguing. I'm especially glad that the bonus track "Homesick" was included, because it's my favorite song on the album and the main reason I bought it.
My CD came from Korea and has a sheet in Korean alongside the regular 4-page CD booklet. I can't read Korean but the names are in Latin letters, so it seems to have three paragraphs about Nu-Jazz and the artist, and five paragraphs about album and songs.
When I looked at options for purchasing this album, I couldn't find any US distributor, the only choices were directly from Etage Noir Records, which would require paying in euros and shipping from Europe and possible duty fees, or this Korean pressing through Amazon. I went the Amazon route and was satisfied.