The show it's from is called The Reflection and it currently has an average rating of 4.71/10 on My Anime List (the anime version of Rate Your Music), so this show is a bona fide bomb. Apparently Stan Lee was involved with this show too, so no idea what the heck this thing's deal is. Nobody likes the show and barely anybody is watching it. How did these guys get roped into this? And why does it sound like Horn actually put a lot of effort into something nobody would hear? 3rd-rate anime don't exactly have a ton of cash to burn so the pay couldn't have been that huge or anything.
I found the whole soundtrack online and most of it is typical instrumental soundtrack stuff. About half is generic faux-epic action show soundtrack. But there's some really good stuff mixed in. Some nice atmospheric Art Of Noise-type stuff. Lots of cool synths. one song called "My Daily Life" sounds like an alternate instrumental version of "Living In The Plastic Age". It sounds like exactly the kind of soundtrack I'd expect from him. Cut out the generic soundtrack bits and this is genuinely pretty good. The only other vocal song is called "SunSunSunrise" and it sounds like Tatu with Japanese auto-tune vocals so that's kind of shit, but there's also an English version called "Future Boyfriends" which doesn't have the ugly auto-tune which is much better. There's also a surprisingly neat remix of "Sky Show" which very different from the version I posed above and worth hearing in it's own right. Also there's an acoustic version of the song that's 50 seconds long which is pretty wonderful, why couldn't there be a full acoustic version?
And that's my review of Trevor Horn's anime soundtrack.