It starts off so strong with, "Challenge" with it's pumped up bass and drums and is that Sergio Farina on the lead guitar, sure sounds like it. It's followed by "Penthouse" a very psyched out romp of phaser and strings. To me it doesn't start back up till side B with "Fundamental Low" a perfect soundtrack to an olympics television highlight reel of the 70's. That's followed by, "High Fever" just a fat and funky classic. "Bubbles" is obviously the best track here, I mean I thought this record was good up until this point but when this thing came on, I was floored. Total Psyched out funky perfection and it just gets better as the song goes on, building up perfectly and then falling apart again. This is followed by "General Market" which although has a pretty weak first 15 seconds turns into a perfect jazz funk track full of amazing bass, drums horns and sax.
As I said before this record is much more easily obtained on the April Orchestra Label for much cheaper as well, though with a different cover and perhaps pressing quality. So check out the discogs availability and prices for both here Discogs and enjoy my rip @320K GET IT HERE! Chris