have deiced to review Songs From an American Move Volume
2: Good Time For a Bad Attitude. I dont like this
album as I do the others, but everyone has to have a
least favorite. In terms of Old-School Everclear, it
wasnt old school. They were trying something new,
so good for them! All Fucked Up is kind of self-explanatory.
I equate it to stream of consciousness style in writing.
In terms of seventies and eighties rock and roll, it
was a great reincarnation of it. Personally, I feel
that the pseudo-guitar solos, and also a few other songs
almost ruined Slide. On the other hand it does have
a great part about the second time he says all
blown out. I love that song. Just like in Santa
Monica Arts voice blends right into the guitar.
Rockstar was great, and a perfect mesh of Arts
influences and Everclear, but it may have given Everclear
not the right kind of attention. I mean, that was a
really bad movie even thought whenever I hear it when
Im not expecting it, Im pleasantly surprised.
Babytalk was not autobiographical and is complete garbage.
If Art wanted to make a statement about lovey-dovey
couples, he should just say it. And not in a song either.
Boy, I sure do sound like Im the god of music
right now. Song from an American Move Pt. 2, was a great
song, no doubt about it. You can tell it must be hard
for Art to sing that song. I would have to say that
it would be wrong for someone to cover that song. Good
Witch of the North is something I took lines from to
ask my girlfriend out. Hows that for a complement?
I really liked that song; all relationships have a moment
like that in them. In all, that wasnt a bad album,
I was just disappointed and pissed off. Next Time: B-Sides
and Covers review (the stuff I really like). Remember,
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