This is one classy album. The more you listen to it, the more you love it.
As for my self, I have put on quite a few hours listening and dissecting this piece of work, and I find it simply excellent. Alien Pump (T1), starts of with a blinding groove which quickly turns into a frenzy of melodic and sweetly psycho Ups and Downs that peak with a loud and painful line of synth that is great in itself, but all it does is prerair you for The System (T2). This is a truly great musical experience- a very groovy, melodic and moving ride, that one has to listen to in order to understand.
The atmosphere turns darker with tracks 3 and 4, Naughty Moves, a grinding and spooky piece and New Aura, a slow, almost chill out track that together with its Darth Veider samplings, makes for a very dramatic effect.
Things brighten up from this point on. Orca (T5), brings the beat and cheerfulness back, and grinds with its drum rolls and zippers. The trend continues into Visually Distorted (T6), that adds swing with a very funky, kind of eastern melody and a heavy beat that continue the grinding to the ground only to be stopped by the stomp of a Rodeo. And what a stomp indeed! This is one of, if not the best track I've heard that is based on a 34's bass line tempo. The only word that comes to mind is Inspirational.
The whole thing ends with Interstellar Dawn, a track that gives Disco a new definition. Groovy, happy, call in what you like, it's a great ending to a truly amazing album that leaves you smiling. It is easy to hear how much work has gone in to making this CD. Ofer Dikovsky and Marko Goren have put on the extra time to twiddle with the slides and knobs in the studio and the result is clear in every effect, entrance, Up or Down. It has some of the sweetest tunes and the emphasis is on the melody, not the electronics, just the way I like it.