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A combination of covers of material in his usual genre and reworkings of his work and that of his friend Regan. As others said, her voice is wonderful and really we should have been treated to more of it.
I feel they had three or four good tracks here, Naked & Savage, Ashes to Ashes, Where the wild roses etc and then tried to fill the playlist up with covers they didn't really care about it. So we get Hussey completely murdering Ordinary Day followed by quite a good stab at Enjoy the Silence. Honestly, some of these songs sound like they are being cranked out by a half-sozzled club crooner with budget keyboard. And yet others are as good as any the two of them produce.
Let's hope the next album is an improvement.