This is Jay Denham's third full-length release for the Disko B label. The Munich-based Kalamazoo-bred producer has releases on labels like Transmat, Tresor and on his own Black Nation imprint, developing a distinct style using the best of both worlds from house and techno. Denham is a major part of the second Detroit techno generation, and the Truth is a warm and groovy album. After his debut Escape to the Black Planet (1998) and the follow-up Synthesized Society (1999), Denham is once again pushing his music: black futuristic, Techno-House: one step further into another funky Techno-Soul direction. On his last album, Denham used vocals to explore new territories: on the Truth they have become an integral part of his music. Nine moving tracks turn your legs into spaghetti and make every techno heart beat a little faster. The cover is a photorealistic painting by the famous Munich artist, Florian Süßmayr. Like parts of the picture which make up the whole, this recording shows Jay's diversity in music other then the "banging techno" he is known for. This album is fresh and fierce: A heady mixture of House, Electro, and some Funky Techno.