Music is fine, it's like Styx (which was a 3 headed monster, Tommy , JY and DDY)now a 2 headed monster -now sans DDY (and they did NOT kick him out, he LEFT...his "Broadway" tendencies were a BIT out of place with Tommy's and JY's style- he USED to rock, but he got older I guess...I am a big fan of his stuff when in Styx, a great singer -although I always found his vibrato quite annnoying- but a BRILLIANT keyboard player!)
Very good mix, yes, a bit bright , but this is a Silverline WINNER.
I give it an 8.
Not sure why I never gave this one a chance, but very glad I finally picked it up! Great sounding "Styx" sound throughout, with many good (or great... "These Are The Times") songs. The fidelity sounds well-rounded (the surround mix doesn't sound bright to me). And the surround mix is excellent, IMO (not adventurous or playful, just "meat & potatoes" discreteness... what I'm always hungry for!). 8.
Silverline certainly upped their game with a number of their releases.
This being one of them.
Subtle use of surround coupled with a good choice of songs makes this a fine listen.
Nearly a 9 but not quite there, so its an 8.