Top critical review
on 28 July 2003
OK, so you do wonder whether Unkle are taking the proverbial. The sheer range of musical source material that’s been sampled and mucked around with is bizarre. Is there another CD where you can get DMX mixed with Tears for Fears – or Whitney mixed with Kraftwerk? The eclecticism does raise a smile, however – and the quality of the production is brilliant, as you’d expect. After a start that mainly consists of songs that could almost be singles, the style becomes more abstract as the CD progresses, mutating through bass-heavy noise-athons to warped-out psychodelia with the reworking of the Beatles’ ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ to the out-and-out orbital-esque dance tunes of the last few tracks. I like it!