Although I quite like some of John Foxx's Cathedral Oceans albums, which another reviewer has mentioned, I've never been able to get into them like I have already with Mirrorball. I find them a bit same-y at times whereas this Foxx/Guthrie material is more open, and varied - there are songs (Estrellita, Sunshower) that share similar territory to the Cocteau Twins, more ambient-leaning tracks (Ultramarine) and I guess you could call them spiritual ballads (Mirrorball, The Perfect Line, Empire Skyline) - not religious, but sharing some of the same life-affirming spirit of bands such as Doves or even the Verve. Big songs basically. And one very lovely instrumental, My Life As An Echo, which left me wanting more of that sort of material. For me it's the best thing Foxx has done in years and it's inspired to give some of Guthrie's solo work a listen too.