Gerald Simpson has an impressive resumé, from co-writing 808 State's biggest hit (Pacific State) to recording Voodoo Ray, one of the biggest UK house tunes ever, and then laying the foundation for what would become drum 'n' bass. This time around he's gone mellow to put together an album reminiscent of what used to be called ambient house. There are occasionally some good techno moments, but too often they're buried under unnecessary layers. Unfortunately, guest appearances by Ursula Rucker and Finley Quaye don't give it any more focus. Pleasant background music, but hardly the daring reinvention he was hoping for.