The Dream Warriors are best known for two main songs, one is the Definition of Boombastic, which is still sampled on TV shows and at various sporting events. The other is the novelty tune Wash your face in my sink, a tongue and cheek tune about cleanliness and hygiene, which is still able to bring a smile to listeners.
The album is full of catchy hip hop tunes that will get you grooving long, starting with the bass driven opener Fool. On Ludi the Warriors take on a reggae style and pull it off with exciting flair! U never know a good thing till you lose it is an interesting track that in most parts is a standard early 90s hip- hop track but has various samples of other songs on the album. Voyage to the Multiverse has a spacey sci- fi feel to it that makes you feel like you’re travelling round in some star ship.
Amongst the happy catchy tunes there are also the darker serious moments dealing with issues such as genocide on the Theme from a Missing Channel, crime and violence on Journey On and police racism on U could get arrested.
Despite the immortality of the two main singles this has since become another forgotten album. This is rather sad, as it is of far superior quality to that of a great majority of the hip hop albums being spun round these days. The Dream Warriors were able to produce tracks that were catchy and likeable creating a thoroughly enjoyable collection of songs. The songs Definition of Boombastic and Wash your face in my sink alone make the album worth checking out, while those that enjoy hip hop beats that doesn’t overindulge in gangster rap themes will find great value in this very underrated record.