Misty Water After VGPS, this seems a rather cursory presentation of a concept; as if Ray fad a pretty good idea, but couldn't quite fully flesh it out. It then seems he compensates for lack of material with repetition. I suppose I might be a lot lighter on the negative analysis had I not recently been conditioned by a song by song review of an incredible 15 cut album with all 15 songs at a totally masterful level. That this doesn't quite sit with those doesn't mean its a bad song, but in the end I'm pretty ambivalent toward it. I can listen to it and enjoy it or I can skip it. Interestingly, I would put a lot of songs from later in the bands catalog (primarily from Schoolboys forward) in this category of listenable but not necessarily brilliant. But I'm more inclined to listen to and really get into those. I'm guessing that's the sound that was of my time as I was solidifying my musical tasts; those late teens/early 20s that seem to be the years that most strongly musically imprint on most of our brains. Although those may not be the band's greatest years and are considered very second tier artistically, I'm definitely looking forward to raving madly about many of those songs.