- One World
- Goodbye My Soul
- Siren's Song
- Water People
- Come To Me Slowly (Pt. I)
- Siren's Song (Lounge Remix)
- Come to Me Slowly (Pt. II)
- Roots Revisited
With a sultry intro done by a melodious voice, you are left hopeful for this cd's greatness and, with a desire for more. Thankfully, the cd doesn't disappoint.
The most notable sound on this album is that of pop, r&b and sometimes folk given a south asian soul. Rohan sticks to this game plan almost all of the time - making most of the tracks, amazing. Soothing drum lines, emotion invoking melodies, peppered with drum n bass, dressed with tablas, sitars and other south asian instruments - all wonderfully accentuating both the male (rohan?) and female vocalists.
The other times however, really only for one or two tracks, something doesn't feel right - especially when he tries to do stereotypical asian massive - you know take a drum line and add a south asian sample on top of it. Even those times however the tracks are perfectly put together and have the capacity in them to become manageable after a couple of listens.
It's an album exploring new boundaries, trying new ideas and showing us a new direction for South Asian Fusion - something we are sorely missing in this sometimes over done scene.