I'm a big Heather Duby fan, so I'm totally biased. But the second track of this album just explodes. It's incredible, it's powerful, it's intense, it's complex, and it smacks everything up real good. It makes you want to dance really fast 'cause all of the beats. The first track is more mellow. Overall the Duby tracks resemble her work on Post to Wire, probably 'cause the same person produced the tracks. The Elemental tracks aren't bad, but they pale in comparison to Duby. This EP is worth a buy for the first three tracks alone, and the Elemental stuff is just a nice bonus.