Producer Lindon Roberts provides the material and Half Pint sounds like a gallon singing them. Roberts dresses the tracks and masks the basic reggae skank groove with polyrhythms and punchy horns, giving the songs a bouncy, full feel. There's more than enough going on to occupy your feet and your mind. Some serious engineering took place; the sound is crisp, clear, yet blustery -- very dancehall and danceable. Every cut is equally strong and singling out any, in this case, would be wrong. Together, Half Pint and Roberts are a strong combination capable of greatness, which they nearly achieved with this outing.
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AllMusic Review by Andrew Hamilton