By the time of DNote's second album, acid jazz had begun to get a bit stale, so Winn Co. expanded the range of their sound, incorporating a bit of ragga-jungle on the title track (with chatting by MC Navigator), mainstream house on "Garden of Earthly Delights" (with the vocals of Pamela Anderson, sister of Jhelisa), and ambient jazz on "Deep Water." Despite the diversity, DNote never fails to lose their character through it all, and the acid-jazz fusion comes off remarkably well. John Bush, Rovi
- Electronica, Rap, R&B
- R&B/Soul, Hip-Hop/Urban, Electronica, Dance
- Urban, Acid Jazz, Ambient Techno, Techno, Club/Dance
- March 21, 1995
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