- Have a Day/Celebratory
- It's the Sun
- Days Like This Keep Me Warm
- Middle of the Day
- Hanging Around the Day, Pt. 1
- Hanging Around the Day, Pt. 2
- Soldier Girl
- Light & Day/Reach for the Sun
- A Long Day
Ok. So they are all wearing white robes. Yeah, I'll admit I was weirded out at first too. But, after seeing them in concert, I was blown away. I was inspired by their, well, inspirational lyrics. I was happy, intoxicated by the energy of the band. First off, there are many many many people in The Polyphonic Spree, and I say many only because I lost count after 20. Secondly, from the harp to the drums to this weird electronic thingy, they make music with a dozen or so different kinds of musical instruments, all played at the same time. AND it actually sounds amazing. When I was asked by a friend what The Polyphonic Spree sounded like, I went blank. There is no band to put them aside and compare. No genre of music to place them in. They are simply The Polyphonic Spree. So do your soul a favor and buy this album. Why? Don't question. Just buy.
I heard the Light and Day/ Reach for the Sun on The World Cafe with David Dye. Boy has he turned me on to this group. I am so glad to listen to the Cafe. If I didn't I would never go now to Barnes and Noble to buy the CD.
This is one of the most talented music groups i've ever known. They combine all sorts of instruments and perform so well with them. Not any other music can comfort me in minutes like polyphonic spree does for me, no matter how i feel. I strongly recommend this album!