Most helpful positive review
on October 18, 2002
i love how every kid 606 release has a unique flavour: this is no exception. "P.S. I Love You" is in the vein of minimal, house style glitch; rife with ambience, pops and clicks so spacious one could drive a truck between them.
Very interesting in an experimental dance-floor kind of way, but not quite the in-yer-face-out-there, a-new-sound-a-second Kid 606 we are used to on releases like "GQ on the EQ" or "Down With the Scene".
It is definitely the alternative for people tired of good old Oakey and wish to hear actual craft and thought put into moving the crowd.