This album is quite exceptional. It covers several topics like war, hatred,
love, and life. Along with a few other ones over this thirteen track album,
Though this is Sick Puppies' third album, it was the album that got their name known. I personally, like the entire album, but I adore the tracks "Don't Walk Away" and "Maybe". Everyone knows "Maybe", quiet well, as it was one of the more popular singles off the album. I just love it for the relatable message. At some point in our lives, we all just want to pick up and change everything. Even if that means leaving something or someone we care about behind. "Maybe its time to change, and leave it all behind. I've never been one to walk alone. I've always been scared to try."
As for, "Don't Walk Away", that particular track means a lot to me. I first heard the song while I was going through something that the sogn depicts. It actually brought me to tears, and from time to time. It really tells the story of arguing with someone close to you, and you can see you're drifting apart, but you don't know why or want it to happen. "Don't walk away, and leave without a reason when there's too much to say that hasn't been said." It sadly happens far too often in the world we live in.
There is honestly nothing bad I can say about this album, even the songs with bleak topics like cheating, hatred,
and war have great lyrics to them. Shimon Moore sings each song with such power,
and the music for each song is greatly done.
Defentily get this album, I can promise you won't be dissapointed. I give
this album five fabulous stars.
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