So much pressure on the shoulders of one George Evelyn following the success his last outing in the ebullient "Car Boot Soul" has lead to many a review slating this album as average: That's only natural when one considers that it's almost impossible to make another album quite as definitive but this album is certainly worth it in the way that all truly great albums are due to the fact that only after one listens to it for the second or third time are you fully able to appreciate the subtle nuances and thus longevity is assured. A mild relaxing album filled with lyrics that are well worth sourcing. The introduction of lilting female vocals to an extent not previously available along with the Dub driven sections tinged with brass all over makes it essential for relaxing or socializing -> just watch all the smiles on your friends faces when it plays. Subconcious beauty. The limited edition mix on the otherhand manages to somehow seem staccatto and jumbled up never really getting into its rhythm but still a worthy addition. Heartily recommended, it will grace your CD player more often than you think.
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