The 13th album from this British band.
The band was a quartet with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars and keyboards.
They had support from two handfuls of musicians who provided guitar, low whistle, shaker, electronics and vocals.
This album is not really a full The Enid album. It is an album with one original song and four remixes of early material.
The band has not approved the release of this album. But it is out and I feel it is right to review it despite of the nature of this album.
The music is OK'ish. It classical music and soundtrack music with some rock included.
There is a great deal of electronica on the remixes and they do not add anything of value to the original songs.
This is barely a decent album and it is an album well worth bypassing.
Get the albums the band approves on and has put their souls into recording and releasing.