This is another album (like Marco V's Propaganda V2) that was released last year (on download) and finally sees a CD release. On first listen, it all sounds very 'samey'. It doesn't appear as instantly accessible as 'Don't Look Now', nor does it have the energy of 'Intensify' (my least favourite WOW album) or the freshness of 'Way Out West' - however, the more times you play it, the more you get out of it. I've found it great for listening to while travelling.
With repeated plays, this, like their other three albums, begins to grow on you and you can hear the effort they've put into each track. There aren't that many vocals on this album, but the layered drum tracks are still there and because they've used a lot of old synths (and I guess because they're both older!) the overall sound is a lot maturer (not retro, just maturer).
Some people may not like this 'new' WOW sound (a couple of tracks begin like a direct copy of 'Pump Up the Volume' by MARRS, for example) and, as I said, initially most of the tracks do sound the same, but persevere and the rewards become self-evident.