David Roberts in Q-magazine schreef volgende recensie over Worst Case Scenario:
"This five-piece rock outfit from Belgium are destined either to become the trendiest toast of 1994 or forgotten by the year's end as the naffest thing to come out of their homeland since Plastic Bertrand.
With an erratic musical identity located somewhere between John Cale, Captain Beefheart and Sonic Youth and a 15-track debut album which veers effortlessly from the sublime to the ridiculous and back again, they have a truly unique appeal. That this appeal is often so powerful is thanks to a fresh, uninhibited approach to playing and arrangements, and a core of stunning songs ranging from the delicately acoustic, soul-twisting Right As Rain to the clattering, chaotically charismatic Suds & Soda.
They get too way out weird occasionally, as on the erratic, art-rock meandering of Morticia's Chair, but never go so far that they can't be saved by a track like the album's best, the mesmeric, alternately tense and soaring Hotel Lounge. And they sing in English too."