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this isnt a bad album, its just not like them, and from my history with this band, i have a right to say that. i hate that there label changed their sound into more rock than alternative, the whole guitar thing and deep lyrics is what they are. i love this band but if they put another album like this out, my opnion will change..this shouldnt even be called the spill canvas because its not them...i hate it

No Really, This Album's AMAZING

This CD has the best of the best. The music is simply entoxicating. The lyrics are genius. I just bought this album off iTunes, and after listening to it, it makes me want to go out and buy the actual CD. i know. a rediculous waste of money, but that's JUST HOW GOOD IT IS. honestly, amazing, awesome, sweet, crazy good, and just THE BEST simply cannot amount to how good this CD is.

not the best but still good

i miss the days of Sunsets & Carcrashes when it was just nick and his guitar. thats when he is at his best. to me when you add the electric guitar it losses its meaning. the last album one fell swoop was still very good but this one is just another album in the music industry. nothing really sets it apart he doesnt have those emotional songs that gave his early fans chills when he sang them.


Formed: 2002 in Sioux Falls, SD

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Like Bright Eyes and Five for Fighting, the Spill Canvas began as the pseudonym for a solo singer/songwriter before transitioning into a traditional band. Sioux Falls native Nick Thomas played in a variety of local punk bands in his early teens before transforming himself into a solo acoustic emo act along the lines of Dashboard Confessional. At the age of 19, he signed with the indie label One Eleven Records and recorded Sunsets and Car Crashes almost entirely on his own, save for a few guest musicians....
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