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Reach for the Sun based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I know the band had been around for a couple or more years by the time most of the songs on this CD were released, but the album nonetheless seems like, from a lyrical and musical standpoint, the band took their name based on a particular summer, where a lot of serious stuff happened. The singer's voice is very raspy, but still highly melodic, and the production is slick as most of today's pop-punk. Although the music is very deep/emotional, the overall feel of the album seems kind of light. It's like the songs could have been something more but somehow were compacted. Not a big deal if you have a large CD collection with lots to choose from, but for $10+, I wouldn't buy this anytime soon...I used to own a long time ago, but, being the moron I am, got rid of it...