- Time Exists Only To Betray Us
- Madmen Love
- Stay Away
- Room 14 (I'm Fine)
- Back To Kresnas Street
On the EPs leading up to this, their debut album At Home, the Greek duo Keep Shelly in Athens built a sound out of cast-off parts from electronic eras gone by. The Orb's dubby ambience, the slinking beats and blue atmospheres of trip-hop, lushly sculptured synths taken from an Enya deep cut...these were the building blocks to which the mysterious duo added soaring female vocals and came up with something both quite familiar but somehow new. The duo kept all these elements, adding a few welcome additions (sparkly Cocteau Twins-y grandeur, more fleshed-out songs) and a few they should have a taken a pass on (the unfortunate flashes of dubstep, some over the top vocal emoting). The result is an album that sounds good when the pieces fit together well, like on the loping "Recollection" or "Flyway," where vocalist Sarah P sounds like an elfin Beth Gibbons singing over a lost Cybotron beat.