This, of course, may be of little interest to non-audiophiles, so it's fortunate that Wink provides enough lively and smooth moments here to capture the attention of more casual listeners. Highlights include the dark keys of Mindlab's "Lick," the tense bass line and minor-chord electro-funk that compose Frankie Bones's "E Series 2," and the rubbery vocals swirling around Wink's own trippy "Superfreak (Freak) (Blakkat Remix)." But are these sounds really profound? Some have the potential to be so, under certain pharmacological conditions (though Wink himself is patently against the use of mind-altering substances). With one's unassisted brain, then, these sounds are merely groovy beats to make you move on the dance floor, providing little insight into the grander scheme of life.