More melancholic than most, Lasgo's Some Things suggested that the popularity of progressive house was gradually making its way onto the trance-pop landscape. "Heaven" and "Don't Belong 2 U" retreaded a number of corporate sub-Chicane twisty synths, but the personality was noticeably different. Instead of squeaking towards identikit high vibes, frontwoman Evi Goffin focused on tragic and trite co-dependent relationships, while Peter Luts and David Vervoort's production was relatively depressed and surprisingly claustrophobic, particularly for an album that periodically lifted from Kosheen's "Hide U" and Everything Is Wrong-era Moby.
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AllMusic Review by Dean Carlson