Funking along in the jazz/R&B footsteps of such groups as Oneness of Juju and Earth, Wind & Fire, this is stone party music. They're at their best on their long, ornate instrumentals. The ensemble vocals on the other pieces can get a little precious, and when they go political it's tough to believe. But taken simply as a nasty groove in search of an ass to move, this is a funky good time and a vacuous 40 minutes you owe yourself.
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AllMusic Review by Rob Ferrier