Review by: "Ranger" Rick Dickow
* #1. Good representation of their style. 75 BPM (Beats Per Minute [estimated]) makes it a little slower and more of a chillout track drags on
** #2. 110 BPM Belongs in Tron. Robotic synth rhythms Nothing standout about vocals or message. Gradually builds.
** #3. 120 BPM funky bassline with breathy vocals. Top 3 for the album.
** #4. 70 BPM. Unrecognizeable lyrics / message ruin catchy melody and beat
*** #5 120 BPM Funky bassline blended with decent lyrics about love. Ends with a Digital jam. Yayahh!! Long Chord to end song (:55 sec outtro, single chord for last :20)
** #6 80 BPM Breathy intro pleasant beat w/more understandable lyrics iI still unclear what its about Drags on
* #7 80 BPM Good production, but weak song/lyrics/melodies
** #8 60/120 BPM Lots of Vocals. Best "love song" of the album. Most erotic of the tracks. tempo seems to double at 4:08, with the intro of a bassline, which receeds and leaves you with acoustic guitar. Fade at 5 mins (2mins remaining). The song is essentially over with 2 mins remaining.
If you liked "Modjo" who wrote "Lady," an international house music hit, then you might like this. Top notch electronic music production with two males vocalizing in soft, mezzo-soprano tones. Beats that dare you not to bob your head. Recommend "Hazel" (track 5).