13 Songs, 42 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
5 Ratings
5 Ratings
karlvice ,

The musical growth rate of this band can't be charted...

In the age of short attention spans and the ability to just hit play to preview what a band sounds like, my 5-star review will just be to say that if you like the following bands, then you will like this Brother Reverend record: A. Savage, Girls, The Babies, Omni, Whitney, Holly Golightly.

Lester Romilar ,

A Modern Classic

This is a rich record that rewards repeated listening. Every time I listen to it I hear something new. You realize that a lyric could mean something entirely different than you first thought. New sounds and parts are always emerging. It also sounds really good and is pleasing to the ears. It's not all jacked-up and digitally compressed like most records these days. There's obviously a lot of stuff going on in this record, and it deserves your attention. You can tell they took a lot of time to get everything just right. The progression from their last record is incredible.

Schlomy ,

Like A Record Lost in Time

In the best sense of that notion, Brother Reverend’s “The Tables Turn Too Often” sounds out of place-like finding a album by a band you’ve never heard of from your favorite year in a dusty old record store. With songwriting straight out of the best years of Rock n Roll (think ‘69-‘82) these guys put forth a hooky pop record coupled with smart lyrics that evoke the sinister, sordid and sweet. Stand out tracks Family Housing, Monkee and Charles Ng.