Not as many memorable songs, but still the same general feel and direction of the previous two releases, this was only Solstice's third album in 16 years. While not a bad album, there's less inspiration or adventurousness in the songwriting. Once again, the lead vocalist has changed, but you have to give the band credit for making good choices in this regard. Emma Brown, the new vocalist, has a similar sound to her two predecessors and has a slightly Sandy Denny-esque quality to her voice.
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AllMusic Review by Rob Caldwell