Simple Minds haven't exactly mattered since 1985. Their catalogue is sketchy at best, and they're mostly remembered for a handful of songs that only serve to make us nostalgic for the 80s. Where could they fit in? Well, the first track is awful U2-sounding business, but from then on it gets better. Home has a dark road-trip feel, and the rest is nice atmospheric, spacious electro-pop, easy on the ears. A sense of déjà vu seems unavoidable, and if Simple Minds didn't maintain that lonesome sonic landscape we'd be accusing them of trying to be something they're not. Not sure this'll break any ground or even put them back on the cultural radar. Sure, Duran Duran made a comeback, but let's face it - little girls everywhere weren't going to bed at night dreaming about Jim Kerr.