I really like "Clarity" and "Real World" for their feeling of gradual but deliberate movement. The instruments have changed, but the feeling I get is the same as "Dark Groove" from JJ2, but more uplifting.
Many of the songs on this album stand up as real Christmas/winter playlist material (sneaked it into our family Christmas playlist seamlessly). The interconnecting dialogue gets you into the Christmas spirit, although some of the more fanservice-y songs were sort of forgettable.
Era's End is what my brain thinks of when it hears the name Alexander Brandon. Sweeping synths, dancing piano, echoing strings, and glowing harmonies. Oracle has all of these elements, and that's all I need.