I wasn't sure about this at first. Cerebra didn't really stand out in my mind and I preferred just about every other Hundred Reasons song I'd heard. Then I sat down with the lyrics and listened to it, and to say it grew on me would be an understatement. It's now one of my favourite Hundred Reasons songs ever. The second track, Slow Learner is good, but not as good as the other 2 tracks, and the title says it all really - it's not particularly fast or exciting.
Now, the third track, Clear (Flawed) is the best one on here. It starts off violently, lurching and howling like Boris Karloff in the 1930s film "Frankenstein", then softens down into a melancholy section of gorgeous harmonic, almost choral vocals. "What if I was always born to lose?" asks Colin, in desperation. Then, with a cry of "But he dreams..." the hard hitting downtuned riffing hits the listener again, as the song comes ever closer to it's climax. A CD at once violent and volant, it seems a shame that Hundred Reasons haven't reproduced this level of violent, visceral power again. Definitely a recommended purchase.