Good, But Not As Good As Their Debut
Posted May 14, 2010
By JJFrancesco_NRT, Staff Reviewer
Leeland's sophmore release was really exciting for me when it came out but over time it lost quite a bit of magic for me. Sure, it's still a great album but it doesn't have the epic feel their debut had.
The album opens with the catchy hit, "Count Me In," but the real gems of the album come in the form of the three following tracks, "Let It Out Now," "Enter This Temple," and the title track.
The rest of the album is filled with hit or miss songs that are either upbeat or reflective. Songs like "Brighter Days" and "Don't Go Away" are catchy and memorable but other tracks are forgettable.
All in all, a good release from Leeland but one not without it's flaws.
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