I bought this CD specifically for Oversight. Even though I purchased it for three songs, (one of them, "Dust in the Wind", a cover) I still think it was well worth it.
After listening to this CD a number of times, the more enjoyable it becomes. First, Oversight hits the listener fast and hard with three blazing fast songs of technical, melodic gems. If anyone is familiar with Oversight, and they have an idea of what their cover of "Dust in the Wind" would sound like, they're probably right. This is not a bad thing, by any means. They keep the same basic song structure and melody while adding their own ferocious twist to it. In a sense, they give the listener what he or she wants.
I knew Stoned before purchasing this CD, however, I never really listened to much of them. I have heard better songs than what are on this disc, though Stoned offers the listener with a pinch of simpler, slowed-down tunes. I think they especially come across as this way because they trail the Oversight songs. This is not to say that their songs are not enjoyable; they've got some catchy hooks and riffs. I believe what is really lacking on Stoned's side of the split is production quality of the recordings. Oversight's songs sound much better produced, however stoned gives the listener a sense of calm as the split comes to an end.