3 of 15 people found the following review helpful
This album just does not deliver!
The beats are less than infectious, the overall tone and rhythm of the album just doesn't add up to anything spectacular. If what Mark Doyle wants is to give us 3 CD's worth of unadulterated mumbo-jumbo with no time-keeping ability then he has succeeded.
To look at the album as a whole, it just isn't formulaic.
- CD 1 consists of a quirky, mellowed sound, lamely chopped up and intersected with monotonous beats completely out of tune with current in-fashion house music... alright for your average punter but nothing stands out as having that 'special touch'.
- CD 2 fares slightly better, with the emphasis being on a… Read more