The 10th album from this British band.
The band was a trio on this album with a lineup of drums, percussion, guitars, keyboards and vocals.
Two guests helped out with their drums.
The Enid was still going strong, ten years after they started out.
Their music is mostly a crossover between symphonic prog and neo-classical music.
On this album, the band also ventures into a bit of a Depeche Mode like pop music. That is on the beginning of the album and that gives the listener some worries about this really being a The Enid album.
The album then turns back to typical The Enid territory with some mix of neo-classical music and symphonic prog.
The music on this album is not the best music this band has ever come up with. The music is meandering and not good.
This is a decent enough album and just that. I am not impressed.