"Who Stole the Freaks" is a far cry from what anyone would dare refer to as upbeat, though. It starts with warped sirens, reverb-soaked hats and muttered vocals, but the bassline is pretty lively and guitar-like stabs add a definite sweetness. The problem is that it hasn't quite made up its mind what it wants to be: Moody or jolly. And, as a result, it fails to fully hit the mark on either level.
With the other two tracks, it's hard not to notice the influence of a fellow Freak n' Chic-er. The bassline and warped vocals of "Discolour" are so Shonky-esque it's hard to believe he wasn't in the studio making his influence felt. "Round 4," too, has an unnervingly familiar quality to it, and while both tracks are solid deep/tech house numbers—with "Discolour"'s haunting pads and nicely-picked vocals marking it out as the stronger of the two—it all feels a little bit been there, done that.