At first, I get angry with Wayne Hussey. Why release a record and start it off with a new version of "Amelia"? Especially if the new, electric and more rocking version is bad enough to be labeled sacrilege? Why release a record with old singles, like "Swoon", and demos at all? I don’t know. Possibly as a way to be able to start over fresh, with a clean slate, and as a nice gesture to the fans. Maybe as a way to earn some easy money. Well, the die-hard fans will buy the album and be quite pleased. But it will not gain Hussey and pack a greater following, even though it contains some OK sounding songs (such as "Even You May shine" and "Dragonfly"). An unnecessary release, with some good song-making to fill the void to the next real album. That’s about as much feeling "Aural Delight" manages to stir in me.