Reol doesn't wait to do what she's here for. She's going to do it and then more. Here, the commercial sheen of the songs never tend to get too finicky, even though they can be a drag at points. Instead, they act as proud personality quirks: never too overwhelming but never to try and please.
Sure, some things here need work - overlapping inconsistency, the nonexistent idea of space, to name a few - but as it is, "Kinjitou" is a memorable, fun record well worth your time.