11 Songs, 48 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

Dman ,

Great Follow Up

Even though his first was more groundbreaking (by default), I feel this expands upon his sound enough to make it a really solid album. Still stands on its own amongst so much of the same production in electronic music today.

felix da kkkkkat ,

five stars?

This is album is better than you think. Just listen to it! I don't know why so many people are complaining that the previous album is better, that is irrevelant. This is a good standalone album.

atomik ,

Continuing excellence in a genre all by itself

Polar's first album was a lighting bolt strike of dark smooth vocals over a cosmic-disco beat. This album follows that same path and continues in a genre that he has defined himself. If the first one seemed stronger, it was because it may have been the first time you have heard such cool brilliance as this. The second time, you are prepared, but want the same thrill - this attempt is no weaker than the first. Is it Pretentious? Yes, but when you are a Julliard graduate you can afford a bit of that. But more importantly, it is Great.

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