There are pros and cons on buying something on one review. Sometimes you'll get total (...), and sometimes you get a product that is very enjoyable. I bought Far In on faith from a review in a music mag. It's not as good as the article claimed, but it's a fun ride nevertheless. Fuzz Townshend sets out to make a party album, and for the most part, he succeeds. At Auntie Tom's is trumpet-laden bouncy old school beats. Original Boom is reggae flavored slow bounce. I Have Seen the Light is straight forward dancey big beat. Sister Brother has some really annoying vocals, and a beat that doesn't save the song. Smash It, the album's highlight, has a good chorus sample, rising and falling rhythm, and some funky synthwork that gets you up and moving. Bus slows down for a little trippy big beat action. Riviera seems out of place, but evokes an almost Spanish hip-hop flavor. Summertime is minimal and moody, but good background music. Boogie Too has a great primitive synthesizer beat and a really annoying sample; you'll either love it or hate it. Get Yerself thumps just enough to make up for some weak lyrics. Drop It sounds like Fatboy Slim at his worst: all annoying beat and no catchy hook. My Way is spooky and poorly executed. Outside Wide is barely filler. Far In has some interesting guitar distortion into breakbeats, but not much else. Test Card is a calming, guitar-beat track that works as a conclusion. So to sum up, the highlights are At Auntie Tom's, Smash It, and Bus. The album as a whole is straightforward and simple, and shows Townshend's potential to make a really good album next time.