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|Blue October||Primary Artist|
|Tim Palmer||Guitar, Vocals|
|Ryan Delahoussaye||Synthesizer, Mandolin, Piano, Violin, Background Vocals, Group Member|
|Justin Furstenfeld||Guitar, Vocals, Group Member|
|Jeremy Furstenfeld||Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Background Vocals, Group Member|
|Matt Noveskey||Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Electric Bass, Background Vocals, Group Member|
|Ashleigh Stone||Piano, Vocals|
|David Castell||Composer, Producer, Engineer|
|Tim Palmer||Additional Production|
|Brandon Smith||Programming, Digital Editing|
|Ryan Delahoussaye||String Arrangements|
|Justin Furstenfeld||Composer, Programming, Lyricist, Producer, Engineer|
|Julian Kayl Mandrake||Composer|
Posted September 6, 2013
This is a fantastic album, the fans need to help spread there music. This album will not let you down. These guys are true artist that actually write and play instruments. Not to often we see that anymore. Looking forward to there tour as well. Great album, must have for the collectionWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 20, 2013
I'm a long time fan...you never know what to expect from Blue. This album is a departure from AMIA, which
I personally find to be a good thing. I would say this is probably their most radio friendly album to date.
It's has a much more mid-tempo feel to it than recent releases and reminds me of Into the Ocean with the heart of their
older material. The positive outlook of most of the songs is uncharacteristic of Blue, but I'm happy to hear the change after
the anger or AMIA. It's nice to see an artist that I've followed for so long doing well and moving forward. Sway isn't my favorite Blue album,
but it's a strong release, plus i can listen to it with my kids (except light it up) that will stay in my rotation.