the alice band are not as well recognised as they should be, and it was only after seeing an ad promoting the album that i knew they had one out. its a great album, with the main focus on beautiful harmonies and acoustic guitars.
ten year night: very gentle opening to the album, with soft vocals. 9/10
one day at a time: one of the more poppy songs. not originally my favourite but its now growing on me. strong chorus. 8/10
january's child: its not until it gets to the bridge and chorus that this becomes such a beautiful song, the melodies are good. 8/10
angel: very soft pop. airy and melodic chorus. 8/10
now that you love me: the album version is different to the single. a more moody track, but i think one of the best, with a catchy chorus. 10/10
everything i'm looking for: this shows off the girls angelic voices. it has a slight r'n'b feel in the verses, but the chorus is gentle and harmonic. 9/10
one good thing: very acoustic, another more poppy tune. 8/10
nothing on but the radio: probably my favourite. this is a very catchy track with a great chorus and harmonies. 10/10
tambourine song: my least favourite on the album, however the only exception. quite folk-song like. 7/10
annie: doesnt really seem to fit in with the other songs, but is one of those that you really listen to the lyrics. 7/10
lights are changing: the opening riff reminds me of 'there she goes'! this is kind of a driving across the country song. it has a country-rock feel to it. 9/10
is this all?: very sultry and calm. an airy-voiced laid back track. 8/10
overall i give this 9/10. at the moment i cant stop listening to it, and all due credit to the alice band, as listening to the album shows just how much work they put into it. i highly recommend it.