"Sleep on the Left Side" opens the album with a laid back funky groove and poppy melody. Things really pickup with the undeniably catchy "Brimful of Asha," an infectious pop song with sitar strumming courtesy of Ben Ayres, the only other constant in the band besides Singh. A remix by Fatboy Slim got some attention a few years later but even that can't beat the charm and bounce of the original. The album contains several instrumentals that provide short blasts of hip-hop inspired funk. These aren't just filler though. They help tie together the various strands of the album and the best, like "Candy Man" and "Butter the Soul," stand out on their own. The album hits its peak with "We're in Yr Corner," as a hypnotic beat backs Ayres’ sitar and Singh sings in Punjabi.
- Adam Reshotko