Though the lighter, jazzier side of jungle has been Tony Justice's usual haunt, his debut production album includes nods to Detroit techno, electro and hip-hop as well as the more downtempo side of breakbeat. Despite working through a variety of styles, Justice remains steady on the controls, and since each track bears his unmistakable hand, Viewpoints maintains its flow with incredible ease. On an album consisting mostly of highlights, the moody chords on "Gemini Reprise," and the infectious two-step rhythm slaps on "More Air," and the vacuum-style hip-hop of the criminally short "Intention" make for brilliant listening.
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AllMusic Review by John Bush