Whilst Geneva's 1997-released debut album 'Further' was an excellent exercise in euphoric British indie guitar music topped with Andrew Montgomery's choirboy vocals, this second effort is largely a more subdued affair. The production is far more subtle and there's nothing on this record which could match the glorious choruses achieved on previous hits like 'Tranquilizer' or 'Into The Blue'. However, this album is still a definite step forward in maturity and depth. Opener 'Dollars In The Heavens' is unrepresentative of the general feel of the record and could have featured on 'Further'. The real interest lurks in the menacing feel of 'Amnesia Valley' and the quiet grace of 'Guidance System', 'Museum Mile' and 'Rockets Over California' whereas 'Cassie' and 'Killing Stars' are more pop-oriented. It has to be said though, that despite the band sharing imaginative songwriting duties, the real star is Montgomery's voice which stands them apart from many of their contemporaries. The only thing holding this album back is the lack of a killer song.