When you see the most recent installment of the Enigma project, 'Voyageur,' you can understand how the sound relates to albums like this one, which are the very roots of Michael Crétu's music career. Though highly criticized, it is not without a sense of irony that Michael Crétu is able to retain his former sense of style, despite his transition into New Age, with the Enigma project.
'Legionaere,' as well as 'The Invisible Man,' follow an 80's Rock-style. While this may not be very interesting to hear in the year 2005, there is a nostalgic element to Michael Crétu's older works, which are interesting for a long-time Enigma fan, such as myself. Still, it is interesting to hear the roots of such a popular artist as Michael Crétu, who really only gained his popularity through the production of the Enigma project. (The prime of his career, I suppose.)