13 Songs, 44 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
9 Ratings
9 Ratings
StereoTyping ,

And now for something completely different...

Once again! DSO did what they do... very well. Love the new singers voice and the band is as usual allarmingly talented for this day and age of music. With that said, this album sounds like a continuation of Sing Along Songs with less depth and base. The fullness and depth of the vocals aren't there, lacking soul the lead singer seems to hold on to notes longer than she should, trying to force it. I've always loved the gravity and base from songs like Heroines, Mass Rapture, Tap Dancer's Dilemma, etc. as well as the timing and creativity of songs like Balrog Boogie, Voodoo Mon Amour, Memoirs of a Roadkill... Although I compared it to Sing along Songs, the album is different with its own character and I appreciate DSO willingness to be different from most music outthere, as well as different from themselves from one album to the next. The entire band should be an inspiration to aspiring musicians and performers everywhere, including the newest additions. The album as a whole is still awesome and better than most anything out there today. I rate it three stars solely on the expectations of favorite band still doing it today. Keep doing what you do and I hope to hear more very soon.

With Admiration,
A Fan

Petore ,


Well this was worth the wait.