The first solo album of former LSD lead singer Sangit is as much a pop/rock as well as a singer/songwriter product. The music can and should be played by every music radio station in the world. The strengths of the album lie in both the songwriting and the extraordinary voice of the artist. Sangit sings, shouts and whispers. He confesses secrets and tells of light and dark and how you need it all. He tells of love and why we sometimes don’t find it.
The styles of the thirteen songs are in the field of classical pop-rock, independent-shamanic and even blues. With more solid guitar work and fewer meditative elements and keyboards than in the days of LSD, the new sound is more compact and direct with radio-friendly hooklines every future mother-in-law will enjoy. The connecting element is always the voice and the use of guitars which are rather unobtrusive and not really ‘heroic’, they always support the songs and create a beautiful framework of woven single notes. Originally Sangit is a bass player and especially gifted on the fretless instrument. Thus the connection between rhythm and melody adds to the strong harmonious content of the album. Sangit played and recorded all the instruments on the CD himself in his modest home studio.