The second album outing from Martin Freeland (a.k.a. The Man With No Name), sees a more tightly produced album but one that still continues his vision of Goa trance. The singles released from this album (First Day (Horizon), Vavoom!) all sit well with the rest of the album and those who may have been interested by them will find the same thumping rhythms here. The album does have changes of pace and feel but overall the album can be charged with being "samey". This will not be a problem for those who like the bass drum to power the song whilst the rest of the track gets on with it; but if you do not like this kind of music you will not get much relief (Camoflague provides a lighter, but probably all to brief respite for the unitiated). The newcomer could well like this album but my four star rating can also quite easily be a one star for those who find this style of music to "bangy-bangy". For previous followers of his work, the nice use of samples is still prevalent in his work and they should find no problems with the vocal element introduced into some of his songs. The only disappointment may be that Teleport is not on this album and so can only be found on single format.