I like everything Sea Wolf does. Alex takes his time doing it and the scenes he paints in Sea Wolf's music are brilliant. The songs on this release are as good or better as anything on White Water, White Bloom. The delivery is less bombastic, but the sentiment is still there. I've been listening to this for a while now and I noticed right away that it was lacking something. It's not the songs, they are fantastic. It's the lack of live drums on this album that sets it back. I wouldn't want to compare Sea Wolf to Phil Collins, but it has it's moments here and there. AS I said before though, the songs are so good that you'll get over it like I did. The second half of the album is incredible and sounds perfect in the fall. If you liked other Sea Wolf albums, you'll like this one too. If you are just getting into them, give White Water White Bloom a try first.
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