"Work" is a perfect example of the band recent accomplishment and craft. The clarinet of Carsten Sindvald and the sax of Jacob Mygind are simply superb.
"Artificial Joy" conveys aptly this emotion and offers us a joyful sounding track. The structure and sound gave us, at time, a Gentle Giant feel.
"Days Run Like Horse" is a more experimental piece which evolves to a great jazz fusion sound with hints of symphonic prog. This is certainly one of the most interesting tracks of this album.
"Atmosfear" is a not surprising title for a musical track made by a Dane in 2009 with the world summit on climatic change in Copenhagen. This is probably the most jazz fusion piece on this album with many twist in it. It made me think of Pat Metheny's work.
"Laughter" with the voice of Louise Nipper is another excellent piece with keys reminiscent of Camel or other Canterbury bands and a guitar sound not far from this style of prog. I simply love it.
"Telephone" has a great beat and a joyful tone. It is another tune which stands near and cross many musical borders.
"Fame" is a serious piece with a heavy atmosphere. This is the most RIO sounding track here. It is also the longest track on this CD and an excellent résumé of what the band could achieve. Finally, it demonstrates Taylor's versatility as a musician (he plays here keys, guitars, drums and percussion).
I gave to this album my highest recommendation. Try it, you won't regret it, particularly for fans of recent KC albums, avant garde and jazz fusion.