Science & Faith

  • Record Label: Epic
  • Release Date: Jan 18, 2011
User Score
7.9

Generally favorable reviews- based on 35 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 28 out of 35
  2. Negative: 4 out of 35
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  1. Feb 10, 2011
    6
    I have to say, this album left me majorly disappointed. I quite liked the man who can't be moved and other similar tracks off the first album, but it was the more different songs such as rusty halo and we cry that made me like them all the more :).
    It feels like this second album has somehow become more of the less interesting songs on the first album. I suppose a lot of people will enjoy
    I have to say, this album left me majorly disappointed. I quite liked the man who can't be moved and other similar tracks off the first album, but it was the more different songs such as rusty halo and we cry that made me like them all the more :).
    It feels like this second album has somehow become more of the less interesting songs on the first album. I suppose a lot of people will enjoy this simply because it's more of the same, but the lack of a few curveballs makes this far too safe and uninteresting in my book. A shame, because I think this band could go places.
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Metascore
60

Mixed or average reviews - based on 6 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Mar 3, 2011
    50
    The Script have enjoyed Euro-chart success with a mix of lite rock, rap rock and Guinness-informed crooning they call Celtic soul - at once soaring, melancholic and treacly.
  2. Jan 18, 2011
    70
    The best songs here sound as if members of toothless soft rockers like the Fray or Augustana were fixing for a bar fight, maybe even one they could win.
  3. Q Magazine
    Jan 14, 2011
    60
    Those seeking the key to The Script's success will remain puzzled. [October 2010, p. 113]