Secret Gardens is, as always, an ambitious project made of different influences. The Wimshurst's Machine tries always to make more than just 'a good track', always works in the album as an artistic opera in itself and here we are: Secret Gardens melts the sexy, tasty chill out mood typical of the band with two major suites of tracks who are like two symphonie' made of different sounds: 'Moonshadows' is an ambient suite in 5 parts, where the story is told in a more 'Brian Eno style' than the opening tracks. If also in previous albums the classical influences where appearing at times, here the last 7 tracks of the album are, as a matter of fact, classical or heavily influenced by the classical music style. 'Secret Garden' is a suite who melts all the works the band made with a classical taste. Most of those tracks are excerpt from movies or documentaries where they were used as soundtrack (that TWM scored of course).