This isn't easy listening for ironic twatsters, this is galactically groovy space soul. There's a lot of hard-core Hammond action, great swathes of funky organ twiddling demanding you immediately cut a rug. 'Feel it' is The Spencer Davies Group kicking it in tin-foil space-suits. 'Rock Me' is snotty sixties garage spun into orbit, stomping along on a dirty bass-line, then weirding out amongst the stars with some oddball whirry bleeping sounds. 'The Horn' switches pleasingly between a sweetly summery organ riff and sinuous 70s cop show funk. 'Space Meter' is a low-down, hip-swinging psychedelic astro groove that Primal Scream are wishing they thought of. 'Paris Colonade', sounds like a breezily sophisticated spin around the city and we're promised Holly Golightly is somewhere on the track amongst the Gitane-tinged 'la la la las'. 'Marimba Down At The Hare' contrasts elegant, almost Japanese sounding marimba playing with some slippery jazz piano. All this, the album sleeve urges you to note, created in an entirely sample-free environment, with a spot of backwards guitar where needed - just like in the olden days when tricksy playing and a canny ear was all the eager sonic explorer had to hand. And a primed set of bongos, of course."