Top critical review
on 9 May 2013
It is always odd when the title of an album reflects so accurately the content and the feeling it engenders. This is the case with "Strangers". I'd like it if we started out as strangers and ended up as friends, but it is not to be. Again well delivered, well produced, nicely written but a tad sterile overall. It doesn't get into your bones or your mind and runs the risk of being viewed as muzak. There is a beast in there somewhere but at the moment it sure doesn't seem to be straining at the leash to get out.