From the first track, "Love Like Woe", you're captivated by Jordan's infectious pop rock sound. There's just something about the way he sings that just makes the soul smile. As strange as that may sound, that's how I describe The Ready Set. Music that can make the soul smile.
I'm not sure that I have a favorite song, but what I really like about The Ready Set is he doesn't stick to one genre. He plays pop, R & B-esque, rock, just a little bit of everything. It makes him stand out.
Every track is amazing, you can tell he puts a lot into his music, and he is really having fun with it. That's an important factor in music, even though the artist's amusement isn't always obvious.
I also don't totally see the comparrison to NeverShoutNever. Jordan has more of a pop soound, while Chris is more acoustic or at least lighter sounding. Only song I even see a similarity in is "Melody's Song."
Its a great album! If you're looking for something fun to listen to, turn to this album. You won't be disappointed. Some of the tracks that stood out to me were, "Upsets And Downfalls", "Limits", "More Than Alive", and of course, "Love Like Woe."
Defentily do not pass up this album, its
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