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Customer Reviews

Great Autumn music

I'm a pretty new Wiretree listener, but glad I found them when I did. I enjoy the album more with every listen (can't say that with many albums). A lot of thought went into these songs, the chorus' on every song seems special. My favorite song is "Days Gone by" and "Information" is a close second. Can't wait until the next one

Great Album

I have all of the other albums, but this one is different (in a good way)... you have heavier tunes like Information and Satellite Song and the melancholy, classic sound Wiretree is known for in Across My Mind, Days Gone By and Heart of Hearts. I've been waiting for the new album for a while, and this one doesn't disappoint.

Not as good as it should have been

It's good, but it's not exceptional. The sound of the guitar is the same on all songs, all the songs have this mellow/slow quality on them, but none really stands out with a strong melody like "Big Coat" & "Whirl" had, or the strong progressive space rock of "Make Things Happen". In other words, this album is not edgy, it's somewhat repetitive, generic. No, it's not a bad album, but it's not edgy, different, memorable, either.

I just refuse to believe that the same people who wrote *masterpieces* like the three older songs I mentioned above can't do the same for a third time. "Satellite Song", "Information", "Across my mind", and "Back in Town" are the better songs on this album, but they can't compete with the older songs mentioned above.

Also, I can't imagine the band playing live with this setlist. It would be a snooze to not have at least 2-3 STRONG rock tracks in the repertoire. Maybe add some more piano too, or other instruments, and be playful with them, because right now, most of the songs have the exact same guitar sound and behavior over time on all tracks.

Luck, Wiretree
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Aug 29, 2009

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