11 Songs, 43 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings
6 Ratings
MichaelStark ,

Great solo effort

A great solo effort that digs deep into the universal themes that come with a divorce or separation. Mark's claim to fame has always been his guitar work, which shines on this album as well, but his development as a songwriter has put him up with the best.

The Muse of Santo Domingos ,

Americana Rock At It's Best

Mark Knight has sucessfully crossed over from the funk metal sound of his days as Bang Tango's original guitarist into a solo career without a lot of bells and whistles needed to produce killer tracks with emotional resonance while still featuring ripping guitars. Beginning with Knight's last effort, Road Sick Eyes (Mark Knight & The Unsung Heroes), and culminating in Mark Knight, Knight has proven that his evolution as a singer, songwriter and player has only made his music more relatable, more wrenching and more out of the box.

"Just Go" is an anthemic rocker filled with the anguish and relatable frustration of wanting to be finished with a relationship gone wrong. Haven't we all felt that resignation and exhaustion over an embattled relationship that's left us with the same thought: "Take anything, just go. Do me a favor and go?"

In addition to the roots rockers like "Just Go" and "Blood on the Hands," Mark Knight features tracks like "Better Days," "Used To Be," and "Tell Me Everything" that tell the story of a man moving away from the desperation of "Just Go" into a life being rebuilt, apologies made and accepted and lighjt at the end of his tunnel.

This record is starkly personal, universal in its battle cries and something that every real music lover who appreciates a true album and collection of music should own.

Fronter76 ,

Heart on his sleeve...

This is an fantastic collection of divorce lullibies...totally from the heart...

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