Despite the track We R In Need Of A Musical Revolution, which sounds a bit like precious ranting, this is a pretty good album. Esthero blends hiphop, R&B, jazz, funk and soul and has a lovely voice that's all kinds of versatile. Lyrics-wise, some moments border on self-indulgent, simplistic (see the spoken-word bit Dragonfly's Intro) and saccharin, but somewhat less so than other chicks out there, and at least it's not fucking whiny. I'm not sure, though, what the answering machine messages are for, like the one from her friend Honeybrown, other than to say, "Look! People like me!" I do enjoy the title track that follows. Other times it's all fun, sexy and bratty, generally pretty melodic and groovy, with fine beats and rhythms. If there are totally pedestrian moments, there are equally sophisticated ones.