Generally favorable reviews- based on 16 Ratings
aaronLJan 14, 2007Overall this record has a darker, more introspective feel than most GbV stuff, and the more progressive-influenced songwriting feels out of character for the group. Easily this is the least essential GbV record, but at the same time it is so intrieguing - mostly because it's so different.… Full Review »
RAAug 18, 2005It's not my favorite GVB album, but there are a few solid tracks. I'm not disappointed because Bob Pollard will continue to write songs and perform. Luck for us as we are in rock's nadir.… Full Review »
LawrencePSep 17, 2004Average for these guys. A masterpiece for most bands.