PVD is matured a lot in this three years, "out there and back" was intended simply to make you move and feel positive energy, "reflections" goes further and wants you to think about PVD not only as a superclub dj but also as an human being. This album contains his point of view on all the most important things in life. I think that the major problem is that not all PVD's fans are enough mature.
It's evident that other reviewers where expecting "out there and back part 2", more club music with energy and not so many problems. This is not the work of a dj, it's the work of a deep thinking man, that's why is not mixed; this is the work of a man with many things to tell , that's why there are so many vocals. Stop complaining about stupid things and try to understand PVD's mind.
He's not only a dj, he is a true artist. Listen, understand, reflect...then share your opinion.