Just compare the opener "Yes We Care" to the energetic second track "Bastards Screaming", where the latter will burn up the European electro dancefloors and the former is best suited for a romantic rendez-vous. Should Rotersand consider turning to Lithium to even out the vast differences in style? Of course not, as this has become something of a gimmick for them and they execute both alignments so elegantly.
That being said, I do prefer the band's more dance oriented tracks, like the trance flavoured electropop piece "Waiting to Be Born" or the more aggressive beats of "If You Don't Stop It". There are indeed lots of upbeat moments on "Random Is Resistance" as well as a frequent use of trance and techno soundscapes which may scare some people off. I just find it fitting, as they blend these elements with their own uniqueness to from a strong and, surprisingly enough, coherent album.