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1. Ode to Isis
GREAT introduction to the CD. Having an almost gothic instrumental to begin with then proceding to a scream and at the very end getting a womans voice saying "And you will know us by the trail of dead" is just fantastic.
2. Will You Smile Again?
FANTASTIC drums. Great, great, great drums. Having the singing start half way through the song is very cool indeed. Catchy too. I love this guys voice, I've gotta say.
3. Worlds Apart
Second best song on the album (imo). Loving the "candy store of ours" bit. Lovely lyrics. Everything about this song is great.
4. Summer of '91
Good use of the soft/loud technique, nice to sing along to.
5. Rest Will Follow
Third best song on the album (imo). This was the first song I loved on the whole album. The "...well I knooow, how the best will fall. And the rest will follooow..." bit was stuck in my head for days. Great drums.
GREAT drums. This is the worst song on the album, yet it is still fantastic.
7. Classic Arts Showcase
This song sounds a bit like Incubus (early Incubus, that is). Damn I love this guys voice.
8. Let It Dive
BEST song on the album (imo). I love its simpleness and subtlety. The lyrics are nice as well. Alos, the pretend ending is great.Read more ›
In short, it's clear that they put a lot of work into this and I hope to hear more. The band explores a wider range of musical styles than on previous efforts, including classical rock styles reminiscent of Bowie or Pink Floyd. They could have made another "Source Tags & Codes" (and you can hear it still there) but everyone would have said that "their albums all sound alike". I think they pushed the envelope but in general hit the ball out of the park. More bands need to work as hard as this.
This is a good collection of songs (IMO).
Upon 1st listening, "will you smile again?" kind of threw me off about a minute and 27 seconds in (b/c it changes so drastically), but after that initial listen, it was all good. I have been listening to this thing non-stop for about a week. I love it...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for my son so I know nothing about the band. He really likes it. It arrived on time.Published 14 months ago by mandymay
Great for insomnia. This is awful at it's best. It drones on and on but has no life. I paid a dollar for this and overpaid!Published on June 27, 2014 by D. Burch
Honestly, I think it is a solid album that's worth listening to. Caterwaul is such an awesome song. The problem is it is such a let down after listening to Source Tags & Codes. Read morePublished on April 19, 2014 by reap
First Listen: Eh, at least it was cheap.
Second Listen: This is a good addition to my library
Third Listen: Why haven't I heard of them sooner? Read more
This album takes the listener on a journey... for me, that journey is laden with crazy, youthful, nostalgic memories... great music!Published on October 13, 2013 by Jaclyn
If you haven't listened to Source Tags and Codes, be sure to pick that album up first. This one is still really great, but the best moments are relatively few and far between. Read morePublished on December 29, 2009 by John Harding
Unabashed prog-pop power enhances the rough edges around this creamy interior to make an endearing album which offers as many emotional moments as it does... Read more