Footwork-style drums puncture the chunky bassline of the title track like bullets. There's very little going on aside from a buried sample and that enormous bassline, so the beats—which are exquisite—can shine. Still, a seven-minute club track needs more variation. "Get Wyld" has just that, its beautiful eerie melody percolating through the swollen bassline and ticking snares, but a trap-ish pitched-down vocal is a strange choice that diminishes what would otherwise be a thrilling listen.
The unashamedly fun "Manabadman" is the highlight. Double-time rhythms, 8-bit glitches and a manic, elastic bassline bounce around with indomitable energy, and the vocal version, featuring Spikey Tee, adds a dancehall touch that's all the better for it. Pritchard's technical ability is unimpeachable, and his blend of styles is beautifully executed, but Ghosts sounds so now that it makes you wonder who the real Mark Pritchard is.