The results are as varied as they are electrifying. First single "Who Loves You?" starts with a hard four-to-the-floor, a tight swirl of strings and the kind of b-line which recalls the greatest moments of punk-funk. "Come Close To Me" has the sort of unquantized swing which Theo Parrish would be proud of. "Je T'Aime" comes on as if disco had been invented by the Irish. "L.U.V" takes a moment of unalloyed beauty and then resolves into a lowdown groove, a kind of unlatched funk which will set pants swinging. "All Night" is a good-time floorfiller. Album closer "My Last Affair" is swinging, slinky and trippy by turns. 'Honey' builds from a kind of nursery rhyme simplicity into a psychedelic hymn. All of this packaged with beautiful artwork drawn by Fairhurst himself.