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The spill canvas changed their music slightly. Although it was for the better. This album is the best out of the three so far.

not bad

totally new direction, a little dissapointing as it's mostly a heavier sound and losses much of the acoustic uniqueness of past albums, but it is still an excellent solid record


If you loved their first two albums, you'll love this one; the songs are just as beautifully written. I haven't stopped listening to this album since I bought it.


Formed: 2002 in Sioux Falls, SD

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Like Bright Eyes and Five for Fighting, the Spill Canvas began as the pseudonym for a solo singer/songwriter before transitioning into a traditional band. Sioux Falls native Nick Thomas played in a variety of local punk bands in his early teens before transforming himself into a solo acoustic emo act along the lines of Dashboard Confessional. At the age of 19, he signed with the indie label One Eleven Records and recorded Sunsets and Car Crashes almost entirely on his own, save for a few guest musicians....
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