Hawk does not make a full head on collision
Posted July 21, 2007
After a successful debut, Hawk Nelson came charging back into the spot light with the hit song, "Everything you ever wanted" for their new anticipated album "Smile: it's the end of the world".
The band stays true to its genre, delivering 12 punk songs, with a little rock mixed in. The rockers within are shown on tracks "the one thing I have left" and "is forever enough". But the songs like "Hello" something "on my mind" and a would be hit single "head on collision", are the highlights.
Unfortunately the CD fails with coming up with too many solid songs. The two party songs "the show" and "bring them out" are not meant to be strong but one would hope for more on other tracks, those did not exist on the songs: "it's over" and "nothing left to show".
Hawk Nelson was clever with the design of the CD, its fun like the Album. It's sad that "everything you ever wanted" is the only really deep thing on a CD. It's sadder that they didn't make much progress to making better music, but hey, it's only a positive CD, in a negative world.
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