This album has the Neal Morse trademark plastered all over it, so if you like what has gone before you will love this. I'm not one who dwells too much on production but what strikes me is the clarity of performance throughout the album with each musician in top form. Has Mike Portnoy played better? A flick through the special edition DVD highlights just how much each contributed to the whole process and all squeezed into a limited time for recording.Perhaps that, more than anything explains the freshness and vitality. As for individual tracks, five relatively short tracks by Neal's standards culminates in one mega long piece stretching out over 33 minutes. Each track takes the listener on a prog journey showcasing power ballads, softer moments and intricate instrumental sections. The songs compliment each other and they all stand out with nothing that can be construed as a filler. If, like me, you enjoy the whole experience of listening to music that inspires and moves in equal measure then check this album out and next time you want an uplift on a cold dreary Monday morning put the title track on and suddenly things will feel a whole lot better!