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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
52 Ratings
52 Ratings
Jayow ,

Unique and Fantastic

State Radio has truly evolved. After listening to this several times, I can confidently say that it is the best. The best State Radio album, and possibly the best album ever. It's a harder, more mystical sound that is just what I was looking for. I love the new sound on Adelaide, as it was previously a more Americana version on Chad's solo album, Simmerkane II. Desert Queen and The Bridge is Burning are also great new ones. I heard about it from @StateRadioFans on twitter, so check that out. Thanks to State Radio for all they do!

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

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