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Staff Reviewer
July 30th 2011


Album Rating: 2.5

I think there is enough. Here are 5 reasons...

- The Script stick to the script. Next time, they should ad-lib more.
- dominant theme of the album is; relationship troubles and break-ups… Over and over again… To the point where it simply gets too much and begins to drag the listening experience down
- Not helping matters is the fact that only two of the ten tracks included here are under the four minute mark; usually a no-no when it comes to a pop album.
- While the latter half of the LP does attempt variety... its not entirely convincing anyway.
- an album full of safe tracks that may well be primed for radio airplay, but lacks the imagination, variety and standouts of its predecessor.

May 27th 2012


Album Rating: 2.5

"A case could be made that almost all of the songs are fine in isolation, but it gets rather tiresome as a whole." My thoughts, exact. After the halfway mark, I realized that although I didn't dislike any of the tracks, there was the sense that there was just going to be more of the same. If The Script aspire to be an album artist, they're going to have to master the art of tracks that wake the listener up halfway through. Towards the end, it reminded me of Matchbox 20.

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