I got the iTunes deluxe verison of this album, which features two acoustics from their debut, self titled album. Those are amazing, but so is the rest of the album. They certainly didn't dissapoint.
This album has the same sound as the first one, but much more meaning. Between tracks like, "Save Yourself", "Again", and "Gone", you can tell they really went through a lot while writing for this album. Of course though, it would not be a My Darkest Days album without a couple of sex songs. They supplied those with, "Casual Sex", "Love Crime", "Stutter", and "Nature Of The Beast."
Honestly, I have a hard time choosing a favorite. Its a toss up between, "Casual Sex", "Love Crime", and "Perfect." "Perfect" is really sad, but sweet. "I shouldn't have fallen in love with her. She's been nothing but trouble all along. I never should have fallen in love at all."
They've done it again, and made another fi
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