3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Isobel's starting to let her hair down,
This review is from: Sunday At Devil Dirt (Audio CD)
I thought I had written a review of this, but seems not. This is a beautiful progression from the first album. The songs are stronger, Lanegan gets more to do and Campbell seems confident enough to let him put much more of his personality in to it. Interesting progression in the album art; they've moved from the sleazy motel to a house in the country and Isobel's letting her hair down in plaid shirt and jeans. If you like Ballad of the Broken Seas, you'll like this even more and the new , EP Keep me in mind Sweetheart, moves the music and the story onwards.