Producing music best described as 'Symphonic Rock', the first album from The Enid 'In the Region of the Summer Stars' needed very little re-mastering. In fact, it remains almost untouched, bar the removal of a few crackles from the original master tracks. Originally released in 1976, The Enid still performs tracks from this album in the present, including paired tracks 'The Last Judgement' and 'In the Region of the Summer Stars'. The album is also famed for Robert John Godfrey's moving composition 'The Lovers'. In the Region of the Summer Stars was recorded at Sarm Studios, with guest performances from Trumpet soloist Dave Hancock. In 2010, all tracks were converted to digital format by Christian Curtis at Abbey Road, and re-mastered by The Enid's very own Max Read. Applying his expertise in engineering and in depth understanding of The Enid sound, Read was able to preserve the album in all its true glory. In the Region of the Summer Stars piece The Lovers was reborn in 2012 under the new title 'The Mirror of Love', becoming a number 1 digital download in Amazon's classical chart in February 2012. This version is also available on Robert John Godfrey's The Art of Melody, released in February 2013.