This brief (35 minutes) debut album from a zippy techno trio plays more like an EP, rolling out the dance club fave "Jump!" three times and reworking a few other tunes for a total of only five original songs. But its proto-rave acumen digs deep into the culture. For that alone, The Movement must be commended. But there's a reason they were never heard from again: this is one-note stuff, pretty much revolving around a killer riff and little else.
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AllMusic Review by Michael Gallucci