Great album. While I thought 37 Everywhere was one of the best pop-punk records I've ever heard, they took that and expanded it across all types of landscapes. This is the "mature/experimental" album, adding pianos, keyboards, and slight electronics and more often then not it succeeds. "Ghostie", the opening track makes a great transition from their last effort to this current one. "The Hit" is a hit waiting to happen. Also, this album is quite depressing. Steve must have been going through some serious crap when he wrote these lyrics. Top 3: The Hit, Somewhere in the Dark, and Castaway.
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