Seems So Long: Great spacey intro to this track - it really sets up the feel for the rest of the groove. That synth just sounds like what spaceships sound like in movies - I can dig it. I like that spaciness of the tune remains throughout, but becomes more subtle. It would probably be a little overbearing if it was going on the entire song. Each instrument has it's own part in the groove - they are separate from one another, yet they work great together. Nice and slow, but with a steady backbeat. Dig the vocal build up. There's never really a need to comment on Stevie's vocals, because he always sounds fantastic. I can get down with it.
Keep on Running: You instantly get the title with this one, because the groove sets it off as if you should be running - much thanks to the repetition of the piano in the intro. Really dig the funk groove it turns into - makes me wan to get down. There is some crazy piano action going on in this one, which was rather surprising, but very entertaining. It may be a slight hair too long, but not really, I'm just impatient right now. Don't know how I feel about how sudden the ritard at the end is, but that's minor. Solid funk.
Evil: We have reached the ballad portion of the program - very fitting for a final tune. I love the piano with the sustained bass. Now, I love the composition of this, but I'm a little unsure of how I feel about the particular synth sounds he chose to use. There's something about their tone that I feel are a little harsh for the groove, but that's me being particular. I really like the vocal build up with the addition of the choir-esque background singers. The ending chord threw me off, and I think it's cut off a little quick, but it's still solid.