RobertaFlack (ft. Dolly): This is a really chill groove - it's got me locked in. Whoever miss Dolly is is also helping with the attraction. I love how mysterious she sounds - very intriguing. Chords on this are pretty sweet. I lovelovelove the behind the beat sixteenth percussion hits though - so much swag. There's just a lot of swag in this beat and I dig it. I do think that swag decreases just a tad when the groove switches up though. It's cool, but I don't dig that heavy synth sound that comes in for about 20 seconds - it just weighs the groove down. Aside from that, really solid track.
SexSlaveShip: This has a very light feel to it that I like, fairly simple. I find the way that FlyLo chopped this song up pretty interesting. Lots of choices that I wouldn't have expected. Aside from that, there's not much I can really say about this track - it kind of just goes by. Not one of the stronger songs on the album, but it holds its own.
Auntie's Harp: Dig the samples on this track, they've got a a very "magical" feel to it. Feel like a fairy godmother's supposed to pop out soon or something. I actually wish this was longer than just an interlude, would have been interesting to see where the track could have gone.
Testament: This groove has got a jazz element to it that I can really get down with. That's probably much thanks to the upright bass used - very cool sound. Ganja Sufi has an interesting voice... I can't understand a single word he's saying, but that actually adds a mysterious appeal to the song that I think works well with the groove. Another intriguing tune; FlyLo has a unique taste in vocalists - dig.
Auntie's Lock/Infinitum (ft Laura Darlington): This is a very soft, subtle FlyLo - an interesting way to end the album. I like that "Infinitum" is the only word, just chopped and screwed. It's all rather hypnotizing actually.