Tina goes back to her roots...... simplifying her music and getting rid of the overproduction so often used to push questionable talent. Here, Ms Dico strips it down to simple mixes, highlighting her vocals, her instruments, and her music. The album itself is, if not dark, then shaded by an unusually mellow tone, best listened to in a quiet, dark room, to enjoy the nuance and quality that is, Tina Dico. My only question mark is the subtle FX placed on her vocals, but not enough to disguise or hide her lovely voice and tender rendering of her poetry in motion. If you like Tina, this one is arguably one of her best, rivaled only by her Live at the Copenhagen Cafe.