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4.7 out of 5
52 Ratings
52 Ratings
Brian_Coker ,

Great band, ok album

SR is one of the best bands around and has been for nearly a decade. Chad's songwriting talent is worthy of being mentioned alongside alongside the likes of Townes Van Zandt. I agree with Snuffles that this is just not that great. I digg how they change their sound across the musical spectrum in many of their songs, but I don't like the current direction. I will keep spending my money with SR, but more in the hope of getting something for my money later on than what Rabbit Inn Rebellion has to offer today.

123mattska ,

Bring back the Reggae

What made State Radio so unique in the beginning was their awesome mix of Grunge, Rock, & Reggae. Stay away from politics already! It's starting to ruin your music and you're getting to emotional. I say occupy your music and get back to your roots and reggae :-O

Snuffles McFluglebottom ,

I've had better

State Radio is one of the few bands that has lasted with me while my music tastes have changed throughout the past decade. Because of this, I was really excited when I heard they had a new album coming out and even more so when we got the album at the radio station I work at. Sadly, after a few listens I ended up shelfing the album because I could never find anything I liked on it enough to want to give it any air time.

I'm not saying this album is terrible, there's just--in my opinion--much more intriguing stuff coming out these days. I still love State Radio though and would love for people to support them. This album just isn't anything that I would recommend to anyone.

Also, this is not even close to the best album ever made. To the guy who said that it might possibly be, I love that fact that you are a SR fan, but come on...just say that it's possibly YOUR favorite album ever and leave it at that.

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