Another example of Tom Jones reloading his gun with other people's bullets, this offering is just another would-be postmodern roll-call of conflicting genre and style. The line up of co-stars is pretty impressive, however, as are some of the results, notably 'Sometimes we Cry' with Van Morrison and the chart-friendly 'Baby, it's Cold Outside' with Cerys from Catatonia. Other offerings are average and rely too much on novelty alone. A lesson in the power of pure image, but strangely entertaining all the same.