Twinn Connexion's self-titled debut album -- a psychedelic soft pop treat with fantastic arrangements and mildly experimental touches, like electric sitar and harpsichord -- is as good as anything similar from this same era. Their version of "Turn Down Day," penned by Keller and Blume for the Cyrkle, is an excellent example of just how well their voices blended. "Foolin' Around" appeared on The Melody Goes on Soft Rock, Vol. 3, issued by Chu Takahashi's Japanese-based M&M (MMCD 1024), but Twinn Connexion itself is, unfortunately, not currently available on CD. LP copies command extremely high prices from collectors.
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AllMusic Review by Bryan Thomas