The title track, "Reflecter," is an immediate attention getter -- its pounding, techno beat intro, at any rate, quickly gives way to a chiming, yet propulsive whoosh of psychedelic guitar. But then Gary Ramon's bland, mixed-down vocals emerge to break the spell (at least to some extent). The effect is a little like the late '80s shoegazing of fellow Brits Loop (who also did some time on Beggar's Banquet) or Ride, but other than strong musicianship and solid production values, Sun Dial don't really bring anything new to the table. The other tracks are perfectly listenable, if less distinguished, although "I Don't Mind" features another catchy intro.
01 Reflecter (anthology version) 02 Easy for you 03 I don't mind 04 Slow motion 05 Never fade 06 Tremelo 07 Sunstroke / mind train 08 I don't mind 09 Let it go 10 Easy fazer 11 Out of place 12 Reflecter (album version)
13 13. reflecter (digipack bonus track) 14 I don't mind (radio edit)
01 Dimension one 02 Another world 03 Catcher in the sky 04 Upside down 05 In your eyes 06 Everything you see 07 Relay 1 08 Relay 2 09 I don't mind 10 Let it go 11 Let it go (live at the venue 4/11/91) 12 Mind train (live at the venue 4/11/91) 13 Reflecter tour intro 14 Radio crowley 15 In your mind