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5.0 out of 5 stars
Best band in the world u dont know!, 3 Feb 2005
This band managed to cunjure up so much passion and emotion with there previouse release of Welcome home the astronautes, and this album must of been of been hard to do after that album, not because of its success but because of what it had promised of five texans!
Does this meet exdpectations of the return of Flickerstick? Well kinda its different from WHTA but still deffinatley Flickerstick with the amazing Vocals of Brandin Lea and over the top wonderfully crafted Riffs from Corry Kreig that are remind me of how rock music used to be able to transport the listener unto there world.
This id deffinatley a great album with some individually brillian tracks such as never enough which is just so peacefully spacey, and Teenage dope fiend which will have you wishing you were at one of there Gigs.
Is this album comercial, NO!! but all that meens is that many of the worlds music lovers will never get to here of this small american band who have struggled and won, to be without a doubt the best rock band that you dont know.