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Customer Reviews

Excellent Album!

I've been a big supporter and fan of Socratic for many years. This album has been a long time coming and it did not disappoint. The melodious wonder that is Socratic is in full bloom on this album. I urge you to buy this album, and even gift a copy to a friend. Lead singer Duane Okun kills it on all of the songs but my two personal favorites are "Think in Dreams" & "Days I did not Belong".

Love this album!

Waited so long for this album to come out and it was totally worth it. One of my favorites! I love Socratic!

Fantastic album well worth the wait

I remember hearing my first Socratic song (The Doctor) on a Drive Thru Records compilation cd years ago. They've come so far musically, and they deserve a lot of attention. Whether you wanna rock or kick back, this album delivers. Get it and love it.

Biography

Formed: 2001 in New Jersey

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

New Jersey's Socratic featured vocalists/guitarists Duane Okun and Kevin Bryan, percussionist Tom Stratton, bassist Adam Swider, and pianist Vincent D'Amico. The band issued the EP It's Getting Late through No Milk in 2002, then jumped to Drive-Thru for the September 2005 full-length Lunch for the Sky. The album was filled with Socratic's earnest take on emo-pop, a piano- and vocal-heavy sound in the vein of acts like the Early November or the New Amsterdams. Shows were played with acts like Small...
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