Ten tracks, plus four bonus tracks, make up their project, which is "jazz, lounge and some deconstructed pop songs." What makes Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy even more haunting is the whispering vocals of Miss LouLou. Her voice makes tracks such as "Because of You" sound more like a dance remix than a jazz selection. All songs on the track are written by Dr. Marcus and Dr. Delavie.
I do like jazzy effect of the saxophone in the interlude, which sets the tone for the second half of the album. The French vocals of Pascale Charreton greet the listener's ear at the beginning of "Un Monde Sans Frime", bringing a pleasant sound.
As pleasurable as it sounds, the listener should not look at "Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy" as strictly jazz. As part of the Kriztal Entertainment family, the group fits with the record label's objective, which is "to bring quality, cutting-edge dance/downtempo/chillout/lounge music to the Americas and in the process introduce a new audience to the eclectic sounds of electronica." Hardly jazz. Oh, well. "Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy" is still groovy, however.