Meeting the band in 1998 close to the final edit of this album, I was amazed by these unusual sounds and especially by the unique voice of Sarah, who fits perfectly into the former duo of two icelandic producers, who originally started out to do an album of all-instrumental tracks. If you want to find out more about the icelandic music scene (which has much more to offer than just Björk and Gus Gus), you have to check out Lhooq!
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4.0 out of 5 starsGreat Lounge Pop!4 Sep 2000
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The first track on this album will grab anyone's attention. It makes me think how it did not hit the major charts. It is a great album to simply chill with and, if you would like to, dance to. Even though it is a little on the pop side, this band has their own personal style unrelatable to any other band, which makes it awesome.