This is Venice is Sinking's first album, and despite a little too much redundancy it is a great first attempt. Every album should have a coherency between songs, which should be why the artist chose those songs to compile together in a singular experience. However, there is a fine line between coherency and redundancy. And I think this album might have staggered on the line a bit - especially towards the end of the album. But, overall, there's enough in this album to make it worth the buy. The two best songs are "Undecided" and "Pulaski Heights".