I was a big fan of the Penguin Cafe Orchestra, and bought this knowing that it was not the same band, but a band of new musicians led by Arthuer Jeffes. However, from the first track, it's like an old friend returning. It's all there: the jaunty rythmns, changes in key, mournful strings and minimal percussion. Occasionally, I did feel it sounded a bit too forced, and really would have loved to have heard some folks like Geoffrey Richardson on there, and maybe a bit variety in the instrumentation (Too much piano!), but it's Jeffes' legacy now and it appears to be in good hands. A joy from start to finish, and essential for any fans of the Penguin Cafe Ochestra. It's great to see it back open for business, and let's hope there's more where this came from!