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Album Review

Vertical Horizon's major-label debut, Everything You Want, finds the band strengthening their acoustic jam rock with prominent electric guitars, anthemic hooks, and a clean radio-ready production that brings them in line with the likes of the Wallflowers. Some longtime fans may find this sonic switch-up a little disconcerting, and it is true that the music on Everything You Want doesn't always flow as easily as it did on their indie records, but it does illustrate Vertical Horizon's growth as a band and its best moments show that they're capable of writing a pop hook as easily as Sister Hazel. Granted, that may not be where the group wants to be, but with a production as polished as this, radio play is clearly a concern. It's to Vertical Horizon's credit that they're usually able to balance the radio single with the calmer acoustic jams that won them a cult following in the first place.

Customer Reviews

10 years later - still love it

A classic album. Good to play in the backround at a moderate level when working on something important or to just listen to for no particular reason. Music is good, easy, and clean. Still get some of the lyrics stuck in my head every so often out of nowhere.

Um, Pop?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but this album compares to the Gin Blossoms in the alternative rock genre, and you compare them to Lady Gaga and Pink? I don't think so. "Rock" or "Alternative" would be a more apropriate. Nonetheless, a superb album.

Amazing Album

Its been 10 years since this album was released and I have to say I still absolutely love it. I listen to the entire album daily, sometimes twice haha. I would have to say my favorite would be Best I Ever Had (Grey Sky Morning)....that and Miracle. This is great to listen to anytime. Can't go more than a day without listening to VH.


Formed: 1991 in Washington, D.C.

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Launched in 1991 as a folk-based acoustic duo, Vertical Horizon gradually molded itself into a slick pop/rock outfit, culminating in the band's brief (but significant) heyday at the turn of the 21st century. Matt Scannell and Keith Kane first performed together at Georgetown University, where the two undergraduates honed their harmonized vocals at parties and local coffeehouses. Shortly after graduation, they relocated to Boston to record a debut LP, 1992's There and Back Again, and returned to their...
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