For me: Keys Of The Kingdom, while uneven, at least had more successful tracks than the previous two albums combined. YMMV, but to me there was (slightly) less of the tunelessness that plagued Sur La Mer. I liked both "Hope & Pray" ("Your Wildest Dreams" part 3?) and "Say It With Love". But ... Justin could write airy pop songs like these on autopilot. Just listen to his subsequent solo View From The Hill for ample examples. It was good to hear Ray again. But ... the album again lacked any semblance of cohesion. The entire affair seemed like random odds and ends thrown into a haphazard mix. The Prelude compilation actually seems to hang together better than KotK, lol! I had been very disappointed by the plastic production and the lack of decent songs on Sur La Mer. On the other hand, comparatively speaking, I didn't hate KotK ... but it was just inoffensive enough "product" to make me truly miss the Moodies of old.