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Worth a listen!!
on 19 February 2010
I fell in love with this album as soon as I put it in my CD player. It's catchy and upbeat, and I would definitely suggest it to a friend. It differs to the earlier Dash albums in so much that it may be considered more mainstream, of all of the albums I would probably liken it most to Dusk and Summer and there aren't as many of the gentle melodies that A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar feature. But it is good, very good. Of all of the bands that I enjoy listening to, for me, each of Dash's albums demonstrate the progression of the sound of the band more than any other, and all of the albums differ in their own way; this doesn't disappoint. It hasn't left my CD player since I put it in there 3 weeks ago, and that's a testament to a very good album.