|1. The Hounds Of Winter|
|2. I Hung My Head|
|3. Let Your Soul Be Your Pilot|
|4. I Was Brought To My Senses|
|5. You Still Touch Me|
|6. I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying|
|7. All Four Seasons|
|8. La Belle Dame Sans Regrets|
|10. Lithium Sunset|
Escaping this recurrent trend in the album are the opening "Hounds of Winter" (the most "classic Sting" song in the album, if there's such a thing); "Hung my head", a song with better lyrics than arrangement, brought back to life by the late Johnny Cash in his posthumous 'American IV' album; "Alone with myself", a track with an odd-time signature and a beautifully written song; the Brazillian-influenced and French-sung "La Belle Dame Sans Regret"; and "Valparaiso", named after a Chilean port town, and accompanied by pipes in an eclectic mix like Sting got us used to in his memorable 'Soul Cages' album.
Poor? No. Bad? Far from it. Just slightly off to the side of the rest of his work, and now, thanks to 'Sacred Love' from 2003, not any more his least desireable album! I give it four stars without much else to say about it.