2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on March 6, 2008
In a way, this album is more full and complete than anything Marco has done with the Duo. The heavily distorted guitar-esque organs are still here, but so also is a heavy dose of baby grand not often heard with the Duo. "Bus Ride" or "Atari" could have been Duo songs, but what this album adds is beautiful mellow piano odysseys like "Record Book." The opening two songs are incredibly strong, as are the closing few. "Atari" and "The Real Morning Party" stray from the feel of the album I was getting after the first two songs, though. All in all, if you like the Duo, you will like this album. You may even like it more.
on April 1, 2011
The way this album dominated my player probably happens to me every 2-4 years. It was easily my favorite album the year it was released. It still gets a lot of play, more than most albums in my collection. I will say that Marco's follow-up albums lack the energy, feel, intimacy, moodiness and chemistry of Invisible Baby. This album howver, is a gem, one that will continue to interest me for many years.