Everything about this album is placid, from Dwight Trible‘s minimalist expressions to the psychedelic and occasionally tribal sounding jazz and funk provided by Madlib, Jay Dee, Sa-Ra Creative Partners, et al. Love Is The Answer often sounds like it was pulled directly out of a dusty crate from the late ‘60s-the hippie-esque theme of “peace, unity, love and having fun” is a common one here (as is the overall deep-rooted quality of the production). However, in 2005, some listeners may not appreciate Trible‘s offbeat spouting, good-natured vocals, and overall idealism.