No matter how many pretentious world music albums Peter Gabriel makes, he seems destined to be remembered as 'the vaguely talented one out of Genesis'. His first studio album for eight years is a commissioned work for the Millennium Dome, chronicling the story of a family over three generations. Musos will have fun spotting all the reference points, from 12th century hurdy gurdy to didgeridoo to Arab laments over drum and bass - all paraded in the driest, most passionless manner imaginable. OVO is undeniably stylish but it's got little substance and, fatally, absolutely no heart.