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Chris does it again.

This album is chris at his finest. every song just makes you wanna stop what your doing and listen to his songs. anyone who is a fan of acoustic music, Larry arms, The falcon. or Chris last album should purchase this without second thought.


This guy is a poet. This is what music is supose to sound like.

it's chris. it's good.

sure, this album isn't a rough departure from his first CD, but it's just plain good. the lack of any percussion might be a turnoff to some, but even with that factor, you still might find yourself listening to the entire CD the whole way through without noticing.

I would say his vocals have gotten much more dynamic from his first release 4152 (or some other ordering of those numbers haha) and you can see more of the country that's influenced him. there's also a bit more dynamics with backing guitar. either way, it's a great album.

like the guy below me said, if you're a fan of The Lawrence Arms and especially if you were a fan of Chris' first solo effort, buying this is a no-brainer.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Vocalist and guitarist Chris McCaughan is known to most as one-third of Chicago punk rockers the Lawrence Arms, the less snotty voice complementing the drunken rasp of co-frontman Brendan Kelly. Rocking out in that trio since the late '90s, McCaughan had honed his punk chops even earlier in area groups like Tricky Dick and the Broadways. Always writing, McCaughan eventually found himself with a bunch of songs that were too sparse for the likes of his main gig, so while the Arms were touring in support...
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