Don't Be Afraid Of Love

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  • Summary: This is the second studio release for the London-based electronica/rock/funk band. Vocals are handled by a group of guests, including Bootsy Collins and Lisa Millet, following the departure of the group's vocalist Wrekked Train.
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  1. Make no mistake, 'Don't Be Afraid Of Love' is so much more ambitious and downright joyful than we had any right to expect that it's a flooring jolt to the system long after the first listen.
  2. Q Magazine
    Slick samples and buoyant melodies are in, dissonant atmospherics pretty much out. [Feb 2002, p.111]
  3. Alternative Press
    The U.K.'s Lo Fidelity Allstars are having the genre-smashing time of their lives. [Apr 2002, p.78]
  4. If there's one downside to Don't Be Afraid of Love it's that the record is a bit schizophrenic, as the jump from style to style is bumpy at times.
  5. There's a heavy, unmistakably classic funk groove to much of the material here.
  6. Overall, 'Don't Be Afraid...' is a tad frustrating. Everything ticks along funkily and proficiently, but nothing really wants to stick out.
  7. Urb
    What may be most surprising here is that the Allstars have dipped their toes into the previously uncharted waters of pop songs. [Mar 2002, p.116]

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  1. GaryM
    Nov 9, 2006
    Some gems but some real garbage as well.