After a lengthy instrumental introduction, vocals can finally be found in the track "Braindead" with quirky lyrics that compliment an already left of center production (the organ lines kind of creates this effect).
As the album progresses it becomes clear that "Redivider" is going to be a primarily instrumental piece.
The track "Trapper Keeper" contains a more traditional funk production and also features more vocals (rock verse/chorus style) than surrounding tracks.
Tracks like "Ooze Weapon" provide brief bouts of noise experimentation to properly transition tracks and provide little intermission inbetween jams.
The trouble with Redivider is that songs tend to be painfully long while sticking in the same territories throughout their entire length. Since I'm not a huge fan of their initial ideas to begin with, it becomes grating when said ideas are stretched out to lengths within the 7 minute range.
"Redivider" by Dopapod is available via their Bandcamp page.