If you're one of those King's X fans that likes most of the songs that Ty Tabor sings, (like me), then you're in for a treat with this record. It is in general not as hard as most King's X material, and the guitarist doesn't go overboard with technical acrobatics, opting for a more "power pop" sound. His reflective anthem/opener, "I Do", is smothered in lush chorus harmonies, and a great verse hook, accompanied by a blistering standout solo. "Live in Your House" is a great driving rock song concerning the church, and "The Truth" has a pleasant "summer day" feel. Ballads like the charming acoustic "Walk with my Love", (with another blistering solo), and the more somber "Her Palace" instantly stick in your head. With one terrific track after another, "Moonflower Lane" is a wonderful solo effort.
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