I'm not that big into rock opera, which is what this album is. That being said, it wasn't bad. I was given the opprountity to review this album by one of the members of the band, and the author of the book this is based off of.
You can tell they worked very hard on this album, and I like that. This being said, due to so many lyrical gaps, I found myself wanting to skip through songs very often.
I point I got with this album was that they know what its like to practically drown in the problems life presents you with. That's a very relatable topic, but the way it was put together just didn't work for me.
Its not that its bad, they did well for this genre, but I just don't care for it. If you are into rock operas, you'll love it, but if you're like not into rock operas, then you won't care for it much.
I give this album four stars, because its not horrible, just not my thing.
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