These three tracks vary in style, but maintain an underlying aesthetic. "Dream" recalls classic Stones (think "Wild Horses"), and "Stone Blood" sounds like Floyd playing reggae. Yes, the Wooves wear their influences on their sleeves, but they're no clones.
The highlight is "Little Green Book," a slice of piano-driven pop with a killer melody that would sound right at home on the radio. Lengyel's lyrics are especially strong on this tune, and his voice echoes Pat Monahan of Train. With a proper recording, these guys just might be opening for Monahan some day.