Don't Let Them Fool You
Hakan Haktanir | Ankara, Turkey | 07/18/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Most people never bothered to listen to Deee-Lite's work following World Clique, yet they find it normal to label Deee-Lite as a one hit wonder. I say, forget about Groove is in the Heart and think of Deee-Lite as a no hit wonder and just enjoy their albums not giving a damn about what the critics said. Who cares about hits? What you need to know about this album is that it contains messages on various social issues on quite a few of the tracks. The rest of the songs are about love. If you're okay with that, the music is great anyway. If you listened to the World Clique album and you've wondered what Deee-Lite had to offer next, you'll definately love this album."
Conscious, Inovative, and Good Sounds
Nathan R. Durbin | Oakland, CA | 10/23/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Like many Deee-Lite fans I fell in love with World Clique and jumped on the chance to buy Infinity Within in 1992. To this day I still enjoy listening to the majority of the songs including Runaway, Heart Be Still, and Two Clouds Above Nine.
Many do not remember the days of the CD long box package. Deee-Lite were one of the first bands to have an oddly designed, fold-out, and paper based cd case. For their socially and environmentally conscious fans it was an aesthetic bonus and an alternative to the wasteful paper packages where 2/3s of the packaging was empty space.
The album also features awesome guest musicians such as Bootsy Collins, Maceo Parker, and Catfish Collins."
Not so delightful
aproductofsociety | 10/19/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Deee Lite is a fun group and they make good party music. This album, though, is quite inferior to "World Clique" in my opinion. I was disappointed by it when I ought it nearly 15 years ago and I listened to it again after many years recently and still found it lacking, though can't say exactly why. If you like this group's sound (and I do) "World Clique" is simply a much better album."