It took me a while to decide whether to give this album four or five stars. I decided that any album I gave five stars would have to be one which I cant fault and unfortuanately with this there are one or two songs which I'm not so keen on. That said, the ones I do like, which are more than I usually do on an average album, are superb. I dont think this is exactly the music I can fall in love with, I prefer more gritty music which takes me on a roller coaster of experience (do u know what I mean?). This had songs which had me dancing in my bedroom but after I put it on the shelf I rarely take it out and play it anymore. When I do I dont regret it but it just doesnt have that pinch or at least I lost it after listening to it constantly when I first bought it. If u want asian dance music get this! Joi's members have gone on to form Asian Dub Foundation and Fun-da-mental and in my opinion beat Talvin Singh hands down. Maybe I should listen to it a bit more often, I think I just over did it and got bored but when I first got it, it was wicked and lasted about a month of continual playing a dancing. It has wicked breaks and beats, beautiful melodies from indian instruments and really well used indian vocals. Maybe u will give it five stars but i prefer my music a bit rough round the edges, whereas this is polished, imaculately produced and perhaps a bit too shiny!