Unlike "Boheme", I appreciated this CD as soon as I played the first track. "Comparsa" takes Deep Forest back to African influences, and thus has more in common with the first album than "Boheme". Some of the tracks also seem to have a Latin American background. Most of the tracks are very good, though some suffer from too much electronics and too much accordion (or something like that). This album is noticeably more upbeat than the previous two, which were quite melancholy at times. If you like Deep Forest's earlier stuff, you will enjoy this album.