"Calls From Jupiter" is the first song on the album that really showcases the guitar work here. After about a minute of bass, synth and drums, the guitar slides in gracefully, weaving in and out of the song until the end. The outro solo brings some much-needed grit to the song, on a record that at times suffers from being a little too polished.
The penultimate track, "Creepin," is the darkest and rawest song on the record, a full-on rock song in the midst of Love's "future crooning." The guitar is blistering, the digital drums replaced with a more natural sound, and even Love's vocals are fuzzier, the first break from his robotically-smooth vocal style. Super Future somehow manages to sound like yesterday, today, and tomorrow, sometimes even at the same time. (Arts & Crafts)