Album from 2002. With twelve songs and nary a bad one in the bunch, Chandeen have etched their way into stronger territory. The guitar playing is more polished, the vocals more seductive and the song composition more intricate, incorporating a tapestry of sounds to weave an album of pure flower bed lushness. Every song adds a new trick to the book. Listen to "Pink" and its western styled guitar introducing a haunting song filled with eroticism designed to tease. Or follow through with "Days in Time" and be captured alive by vocal beauty as Stephanie sings with exquisite range. The guitar leads here are so Gilmour like that you'd almost think he guested. A wide variety and a great album overall!