Saw Doctors songs tend to be on Universal themes and this album is no different. Everyone can recognise subjects ranging from loneliness, first lust, fear and the desire for success. Songs like Clare Island, Same Old Town and Share The Darkness were immediate favourites. The single To Win Just Once is/was a live staple, fitting for a band dyed in the Maroon and White of Galway. All The One shows that small town differences don't seem to matter so much once you leave the small town. This album has grown on me the more I've listened to it from initial disapointment to a wry realisation that the Saw Doctors still haven't made a bad album.
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