I have a small problem with singer and main song writer Riccardo's voice though. It's a bit theatrical and the English pronunciation is not top notch. Other than that though, there's not too much to complain about. Maybe the production is a bit thin and plain sometimes, but instead we get a dose of inspiration from modern dance music which help liven things up a bit. This is especially apparent in "New Dawn" which is the highlight of the album for me with its housy synth stabs and crescendo towards the end. Other favourites are "Like We Never Loved" - released earlier this year on the Progress compilation "5 Years of Progress" - and the exquisite "N.A.S.A" with bleeping synths over vocoders and a techno beat.
All in all a good album marred by some uneven tracks and some overly deep dramatic vocals. Don't let this stop you though, I know some people who pick this album as one of the best 2009.