Who's in the band: Mere - lead vocals, guitar, bass Touch - guitars, bass, programming Mr. Sala - drums This first official release from The Saucers is six songs recorded at various locations over the past year and a half. Using a combination of programmed beats, fierce live drumming, stolen equipment, coffee, and the sound of running water, The Saucers have created a six song journey into the imagination. Track 1, Maybe You're Waiting, has lead singer Mere delivering a breathy, sexy come-on that suddenly morphs into Heart-like cries of frustration at her continued rejection. At once emotionally vulnerable, mildly intimidating, and intensely sultry, Mere floats over the reggae-influenced 'Late Bloomer', a song written in Jamaica that is the basis of The Saucers first video which is also included on the CD as an MPEG video. Moving on, The Saucers switch to a Latin-influence, with the song 'Left Over', a memory song that recalls uncertain experiences along the journey of sex and love. Track 4 'Prophet' is a response to a self-proclaimed astute observer of human behavior who believes that he can predict the success or failure of other people's relationships. Track 5 is their ambitious cover of The Doors' 1969 cover of 'The Soft Parade', an 8 minute epic, widely thought to be either one of the best or worst of The Doors many explorations into disconnected poetry and patchworks of seemingly unrelated musical ideas. Mere all but channels Jim Morrison's earthy bravado, chilling delivery, and God-like authority, while the band powers through the tempo and style changes with seamless efficiency. The final track, 'Something Stop Me', showcases the subtle and delicate work of Touch, both as musician and programmer. He creates the one real chill-out track on the album that creates a groovy, laid-back foundation for Mere's contemplative musing about her own motivations and inner censorship.