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The best album I've ever heard top to bottom PERIOD

I have anticipated this release with HIGH expectations--completely blown away. Cody and Seth together is something true music enthusiasts dream about--we now get to witness it. The chemistry on stage and on this album is over the top. Steve and Chris' influence is definitely felt as well. And Jeremy Plato has hit a grand slam with "Hobo"--his range was a true pleasant surprise. Having followed these guys for years in different bands, I want to thank Cody, Seth, Jeremy, Steve and Chris for coming together in what truly is a blessing for all music lovers. It has definitely been "Worth the Fight" and for us fans, worth the wait.

Seth James and The Departed

When The Departed decided to drop Cody Canada from its name, they should have replaced it with Seth James. Seth dominates this album in every way. His vocals and guitar work leave you wanting more, while Cody Canada's input comes across as an afterthought (a continuation of a sound established on CCR's Happiness album, which was also a huge disappointment). There is no continuity to The Departed's debut album. Add a strange title, military looking artwork (neither of which seem relevant to the music) and The Departed may end up departing the music scene sooner rather than later.

Too much Seth, not enough Cody.

I've heard Seth's solo album, and I've heard everything Cody did with Ragweed. Cody is a much more interesting artist. Seth sings about half the album, and a lot of the songs sound like his writing instead of Cody's. It's a change for the worse. Nothing against Seth, I just prefer Cody's writing, singing, and guitar playing, and there's not enough of that on this album. Even Cody's guitar tone has changed with his switch from Orange and Vox to Marshall and PRS - it's gotten a tad darker and more distorted, less expressive. This band is thoroughly OK, and it's no Ragweed. I gave them a chance, but they just don't resonate with me. With such a great array of talent, I expected a little more out of this album.


Formed: 2011

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

Best known as part of the voice and vision of the wonderfully rebellious alt-country act Cross Canadian Ragweed, Cody Canada has a solid place on the Red Dirt/Americana scene, having also worked with Ray Wylie Hubbard, Mike McClure, Stephanie Briggs, and Stoney LaRue, among others. When Cross Canadian Ragweed went on extended hiatus in 2010, breaking up officially a year later, Canada and Ragweed bassist Jeremy Plato joined with guitarist Seth James, keyboardist Steve Littleton, and drummer Dave...
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