Honestly, I would like to rate Joi's second album somewhere between three and four stars, but I'll round up. Its simply that this CD's a mixed bag, albiet better than many others. The tracks that are great are great: the wonderfully emotive build-up of 'Journey', the melodious crescendos and orchestrations of 'Prem', the pounding breaks of 'Tacadin'. Most of the rest, however, while not exactly lackluster, are simply more of the same. Which isn't exactly a bad thing, seeing as how that means the album on the whole is much better than most of the stuff out there. The long and the short of it is that if you're looking for some more Joi, here it is, and, to quote Jack Nicholson in Mars Attacks, "that ain't bad."