I bought this record being a fan of drum and bass and especially the output from Bukems Good Looking Records. I was initially familiar with some of the breakbeats, but others were new to me. What came over was a record that uses DnB as just one reference and blends in jazz and soul influences that I have since sought out in themselves. This record is continually different and fresh, with orchestral instruments, organs, complex beats and simple beats, double bass and sub-bass, vocals and no vocals, short tracks and long tracks. I have found it impossible to characterize or catagorize. It is beautiful to listen too yet definitely not easy listening or chillout, this is music that cuts accross all the boundaries of my collection.
I see from the number of comments that maybe this hasn't had the exposure it deserves (and no Mercury either). Probably it will become a rare groove classic like so much that influenced Bukem, but that would be a shame since there are many people who if they could only hear this album would love it.