By Dimitri Ehrlich
Updated August 05, 1994 at 04:00 AM EDT

Dewdrops in the Garden, the third album by the house-music hippies Deee-Lite sports a couple of great bass lines and a new flirtation with ambient and techno vibes. But the eclecticism doesn’t preclude the sense that we’ve heard it all before. And while song structure has never been Deee-Lite’s strong point, many tracks here just fizzle into vagueness. The groove may be in the heart, but this one needs a pacemaker. B-