Perhaps the most interesting songs on the album are "Drifter," a song about a man searching, a man who "can't seem to find myself in me," and "Emotion Machine." In some sense, they are fitting metaphors for this debut album. These are some very good songs by a talented artist, but they are the songs of an artist who still seems to be searching for his own voice. In "Emotion Machine" he points out that the singer is "just a work in progress." It's time, he tells us in the opening track, to "make a connection," but it's also time to "break a connection." It's time for the drifter to find his voice, and if he feels he hasn't quite found it yet, this is an album that shows him looking in the right direction.
There are 12 tracks on the CD: 10 different songs by Moss, either on his own, or with a collaborator. Two tracks are unplugged bonus versions of "Be the Way" and "Morning Call." Moss produced the album, but the liner notes say nothing about any other musicians who may have worked with him on it.