I think it's important to put into context that EDEN had made a breakthrough with his first 2 very promising, enticing and modern projects, but afterwards he had to face mainly negative critics on his first solo album vertigo which must have had an impact on the conception and the state of mind of the new no future. Personally, despite a few mistakes and the inequalities that vertigo presents, I don't think it's a bad album, he had found for me an identity and a sound more his own.
Besides, no future isn't that different, although fortunately it's a better album. He managed to perfect his writing and he was able to refocus his production work. For me, Eden succeeded in releasing his best album, notably because it is more intimate which makes it more sincere. However, he could have done better in my opinion, by simplifying his work, by lightening it with a few tracks and by thinking it in a more minimalist way. This was also one of the flaws of vertigo, the fact that he disperses too much and is too ambitious. I think that if he had compiled and made some of the songs more concise, he could have done something much more endearing and touching for a fantastic 10 tracks