Tunes like the opening pair, Lovesick and Tutti Frutti, affirm this fact - feel-good soul/gospel vocal samples (with a certain sing-along factor included) laid down over infectious drum'n'bass beats, funky synth melodies and catchy basslines.
Dynamite MC provides the vocals for the title tune giving the listener that feeling of participation as he sings "This is something speeeecial, this is something just for you-ou!" - ahhh, makes you feel all warm and welcome doesn't it? High Contrast brings out the grimey beats on Angels and Fly dropping a dirty bassline, tough syncopated 2-step beats and an electro hook which provide the perfect setting for Nolay to lay down her gritty street bred flows.
Twilight's Last Dreaming features elements taken from David Shire's Straight Time and is more of that signature Hospital Record sound as was first shown on Lovesick and Tutti Frutti. MC Spoonface (FreQ Nasty collaborator who featured on Deekline & Wizard's outstanding debut album) provides ragga toasting and sung vocals for the reggae styled Only Two Can Play, a tune full of melody and flavour with it's rich beats and sweet guitar licks.
The CD release also comes with a bonus tune which was also High Contrast's only solo vinyl release and one of the biggest selling tunes of 2003. The Basement Track features the powerful vocals of Terri Pace singing on top of a catchy melodic keyboard and bassline riff and soft drum beats that don't overpower the tune.
Fans of Hospital Records artists and releases will definitely get into this album and it would probably be perfect for introducing people to the sound - easy, accessible tunes featuring melodies and rhythms that don't sound too poppy or commercial, yet not hard enough to scare newbies away.