Number One Gun enlists the production help of Aaron Sprinkle (Pedro the Lion, Jeremy Camp, Acceptance) for a more polished sound, starting with the shiny alt rock opener "Pretend," which begins with distorted guitars and turns into a series of glistening melodies and rowdy instrumentation. "Regrets of Photographs" is textbook emo at its finest, abounding with hooks and recalling the early days of The Juliana Theory. Nods to Jimmy Eat World, Denison Marrs, and Matchbox Romance are apparent throughout the up-tempo explosiveness of "The Time Is Now" and the accelerating rhythms of "We Are."
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PROMISES FOR THE IMPERFECT| Posted August 16, 2008
THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST BANDS EVER!!! IT IS SUCH A HEART BREAK THIS BAND HAD TO BREAK UP. THIS CD IS UPBEAT AND SO FUFILLING! MY PERSONAL FAVORITE IS WE ARE. VERY UPLIFTING..A MUST HAVE
Not bad| Posted November 15, 2007
This Cd isn't anything really special, but i enjoy it nevertheless. I really like the lead singer's voice. The songs aren't very diverse in their sound, but I like the slow songs as well as the fast. So it doesn't stand out, but a pretty solid rock CD.