It is a strong start to the album with 'Tress cun de ala', where we find technology incorporated with more traditional forms of music and the soft vocals of Valerie Entienne. The result is a mesmoric tune which carries on in your mind well after the track has finished. However, there is a jump to the next song which provides visions of a jazz lounge. However the vocals of Vikter Duplaik somehow seems out of place and out of key. This is the case with a few other tracks, including the heavenly 'Heavenly' featuring Elena Sergi and 'Linoleum' featuring David Sylvian.
There are many positives to come out this album though. '9K9' and 'Wake Up' are teriffic creations and very easy to listen to to, with the latter probably being my pick of the collection. The lack of fear in which Britt utillises so many instruments is very refreshing and comendible. It is definately a change and a successful one at that.