I've refrained from reviewing this until I've played it 10 times.
I was also waiting for others to review it, but strangely nobody has.
The album has 8 tracks, all relatively short by Silver Mt Zion standards (in case anyone is not familiar with SMZ, Efrim is the principal member). The tracks are a mixture of guitar, electronics and Efrim's lovely broken singing.
It's all good, yet somehow not as moving or memorable as SMZ's output.
I'd really like to give it 3 and a half stars, but I've followed Amazon's definition of 4 meaning 'I Like It'.
So if you're an SMZ fan, buy this. If you're not familiar with SMZ or Efrim, buy 'Horses In The Sky'.