On the other hand, AllMusic wrote that it "Often sounds virtually identical to a generic dance record circa 1992. " Q wrote: "Baby Monkey has nothing of the danger, adventure or indeed chemical frisson that defined rave culture—it's just smug sonic wallpaper. " Spin noted: "These tracks lack the energy to power a glow stick. " Jonathan Zwickel of Pitchfork wrote: "There's no life breathing through these 12 flaccid tracks, each of which would've seemed regressive even in Moby's early-90s heyday—today, each is a total anachronism. "
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