Twelve tracks--all instrumentals--populate Mark's latest effort, and they're just begging for a cool movie to use them for its score. The opener, "Chocochip," is one quirky groover, utilizing tons of unusual effects that tweak and twist the sound. "Glitch In 'Da System" is a classic chase number, one that would compliment any on-screen spy hunt, and "Another Day to Say I Love You" finds Mark leaning on his Hispanic roots, expressing his emotion with taut percussion and a homemade version of the Latin string instrument, the treis. "Soul Drive Six Avenue" is straight-up pimp music, with guest star Ulises Bella honkin' out the baritone sax like he was scoring Car Wash 2001.
Consider Money Mark the love child of Bob Moog, Jimmy Smith, Perez Prado and Esquivel, and don't worry if he takes your stuff apart. He knows how to put it all back together.