The title of the album, of course, screams smiley soul rave, and so does "Freedom of Heart." Roland-style drums? Check. Circling Happy Mondays-style strings? Check. Chorded electric piano rhythm? Check. The surprising thing is how he does it without sounding completely corny. This is up-to-date in a subtle way, and although it probably wouldn't be the absolute toast of the terrace party, it would certainly set a damn good mood.
"Could This Be"... another tune from 1992? With the same drum machine, organ stabs, and gospel vocals emoting "Could this be the love," it's hard not to say yes. It's got a 303. The intro is just a shade off Bjork's "Big Time Sensuality," but when the flutey whistling comes in it's more like Luke Vibert in a serious mood. This would be perfect at sunset with the string breakdown coinciding with that subtle transition into the more fictional, lamp-lit nighttime realm. It's my pick personally, mainly for the acid line, but both of these tunes are retrospectives of rare quality.