The first of the two songs, Missing Love, pulls you out of a bad mood with its upbeat pace and funky demeanor. The latter comes from the principle lyrics that develop more than any other part of the song. The song’s background doesn’t develop too much throughout the track in order to draw out the vocals. This emphasis compliments Mr. Gonzo’s sampling abilities and drives and holds one’s attention for the entire six minute duration.
A crisp combination of punchy, disco keyboard progressions and vocals (edited, clipped and bent to the point of an almost ambiguous gender) carry the second of the two songs, Pharaoh. The song’s progression is funky enough to overlook its inherent redundancy: although Mr. Gonzo doesn’t develop many new things in the track, they all work well enough together to satisfy.