Identity is an album blending the most atmospheric parts of later day Pink Floyd with similar efforts from later day Hogarth-era Marillion. An excellent and enjoyable addition to any prog lover's music collection. The 8 compositions on this album all follow more or less the same set-up: the songs are slowly paced, with few or none alterations throughout. Fluctuating, lush synths flesh out the compositions, while the guitars add either wandering mellow layers or fragmented licks or themes. Slow, steady rhythms underscore, and a clean, light lead vocal soars on top for the vocal passages. Light, lush and dreamy soundscapes is the end result.