“Saturn Spins” is one of the highlights on the album and implements The Class-inspired guitar playing that starts off the song before giving way to soft pads of mercury and guitar picking. The song has an inspired bass line to boot along with an interstellar guitar solo. “Earth Mover” adds a number of layers within the first minute. We are introduced to the song with bright pads followed by an infectious, sharply played bass line and drums. The song has a lot of energy to it due to the fast BPM but at the same time it feels pretty mellow because of the copious amount of reverb. I got the feeling I was riding a comet nestled in a safety net able to observe the planets.
A lot of the songs sound similar on this album and if you like one you are bound to like them all. From a technical standpoint Cummins is talented and creatively he is solid even if his style can often sound a bit dated. If you are into 80’s instrumental rock this a no brainer, so go pick it up.