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Between the Trees: The Story and the SongThe Story and the Song (2006)
Reviewer Rating: 1
Contributed by: Matt_WhelihanMatt Whelihan
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Sometimes it’s difficult to place new terminology on an all too familiar sound. Sure, a thesaurus helps, but metaphor and other forms of description that seek to go beyond surface-level details -- in hopes of finding some greater value in an album’s minutia -- don’t even seem worth the effort when said album is the product of a band who can’t exert the energy to differentiate themselves from an overcrowded genre. Simply put, The Story and the Song is a boring and predictable key-driven pop-rock album.
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