This is a very intelligent album of space music (inner space: the only kind left to explore, as J. G. Ballard used to say). Slow and pulsating, on the whole, reminds me a lot of the Cocteau Twins, though not quite as over the top instrumentally. My favorite tunes are the opener, Zebra, which is sheer perfection, and Used to Be. Note however that the version of the latter differs from the track on the commercial video release: there has been a substitution on the slow bridge: "Coming home, any day now" is new material. Personally I prefer the commercial video track. That video also had the appeal of a scenario which actually features the two musicians, which is very attractively shot & quite lovely to look at. Which brings us to the DVD accompanying this disk. A bunch of different directors were hired to produce treatments of each song on the disk. Most of this stuff is utterly self-conscious and pretentious, as only artists can be pretentious. A lot of it is totally at odds with the music, some is vulgar and garish, as if there were some deliberate attempt to mock and undercut the ethereal qualities of the music. The best of it is totally abstract ("Zebra"). Ironically, Victoria Legrand herself probably does the best work here, with her hula-hoopers in bronze bodystockings for "Silver Soul". And there is NOTHING here depicting Victoria and Alex themselves, apart maybe from what appears to be a computerized representation of Victoria's face for "10 Mile Stereo". Why the commercial video for "Used to Be" (discussed above) was not included on this DVD, I have no idea. It might possibly have saved it (all on its own), made it worth buying. As it is, this DVD is largely garbage and not worth the few extra bucks. So you have been warned. Get the CD, sit back and enjoy. The CD is gorgeous.