probably the first time in recent memory where I felt the B-sides utterly dominate the
tracks on the LP record. They must have been on a drinking stupor when they were figuring
out the setlist for the record. Hopefully they will develop a better sense of songwriting
and judgment for their next album
True, this is better than the actual album. Odd really how it turned out to be. I just have no idea why they haven't put these songs on ASOP, they would be definitely the tracks that stick out and save the record.
Wow. This is probably the first time in my life when I feel that a single is worth getting much more than the actual album. Not only it has "The Mirror's Truth", which is one of the best songs on A Sense of Purpose, but the three other tracks easily surpass at least two thirds of the tracks on the actual album.