Marco | Australia | 07/30/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I have been an EWF fan from way back & remember thinking as a teenager "I AM" was the best album I had ever heard (at least up until then!). I have re-visited this album as I taped it from a friend back in the 90s & have been listening to it in the car. The songs are an improvement from post "I AM" albums setting up a great grove in your head to sing along to. What spoils it is the production with over emphasis on drum machines, keyboards & was that MC Hammer! It would be great for EWF to re-record the album in 'true' EWF style, real percussion, real horns, 'proper' vocals etc. If you are an EWF fan its probably worth a purchase second hand - at least to have in the car!"
Andre' S Grindle | Bangor,ME. | 10/20/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)
""Heritage" contains three excellent songs-the ultra-funky
"Takin' Chances","King Of Groove" and "Motor".But unless ultra-
processed,cereal aisle-like drum machines and silly rap guests
cluttering the album is your idea of soul STEER CLEAR.The bands
1987 release "Touch The World" and..oh well even 1983's commercialy disastorous "Electric Universe" are far more artistically successful then this.Highly dissappointing."
HIT AND MISS
Tony_Tone | Washington, D.C., District of Columbia United Stat | 03/16/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"E.W.F going for more contemporary street sound on this effort which is cool for the younger crowd but for people that have grown up on this group .. this album is a dissappointment at best.. The problem here a lot of songs just lacking they dont have that same E.W.F feel to them as their earlier work.. What else that has been missing out their later work is the sprituality message that played a vital part in their earlier material But this album does have some pretty nice momentsComing on these tracks DaydreaminI'm In LoveKing of GrooveAnything You want but the rest of the disc is a pretty weak attempt at trying to watch the younger listeners .."