another self titled album? i just know that you can actually do that 😀
whether it’s collective soul, or rabbit (your call).

some songs do sounds like these old nuts were trying to get back to their root at the initial albums. “welcome all again” might proved that. “fuzzy” is more like sing along song, i kinda like the whistling part (though some finds it annoying).

“understanding” is the probably, the song that offers new experience. it’s kind of experimental. “she does” give you slow tempo, with chorus that you can easily relate. “love” is another slow tempo, which one of the better song in this particular album.

all in all, the formula is still pretty much the same with the previous albums. but since they went indie, why not experimenting more? but over all, i thought that this is one solid album.

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