Napoletano provides a sublime opener with seductive Guidance/Prescription-style jazz house on the title track, then revisits classic Heard deepness with the resonating bass and raw beats of "Planeta Juno." On "Jazz del Sottopassaggio," Napoletano looks to jazz influences again, but this time, the riffs are spacier, the beats lazy and lopsided and the overall feeling one of reckless abandon—but the same warm production feeling applies.
While the discordant bleeps of "Amici" are the only weak link in the release, Jamal Moss's remix of "Linguetta Acida" as Hieroglyphic Being is the wackiest track. More conventional than his recent double-pack—what isn't? —Moss starts with a typically gritty jacking arrangement. However, pretty soon he's introducing eerie oriental stabs, ghoulish synth lines, both of which are eventually subsumed as the underlying acid bleeps mutate into an unstoppable wave of ferocious acid excess. Weird, and often quite wonderful.