"iThought" sets out the template for each, featuring a muscular tech house beat married to a guitar riff and moody bass. A female voice thinks that you were her man, but has apparently been since corrected. It's all been done before, but rarely has Schneider's music sounded this urgent. Credit probably needs to go to her collaboration with Kiki here, who brings the same sound palette that fueled his own "Good Voodoo" to bear on the proceedings.
"Amore" and "iLook" continue in the same vein to slightly lesser effect. Both are propulsive tunes that utilize well-placed vocal snippets—"you hear me, we're gonna get...," your guess is as good as mine, respectively—to keeps things interesting. "Amore" has better handclaps, "iLook" goes far deeper, but both stand in the shadow of "iThought," a rare moment when a little bit of inconsistency is a very good look.