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Thick 115

Released on March 14, 2006

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Resonate Remain  0%
2 Sloth Art  0%
3 MLK, You're OK  0%
4 Do The Pendulum  0%
5 Duct Taped Tapes  0%
6 Chamomile  0%
7 The Hand  0%
8 Nothing Works  0%
9 Gyres  0%
10 Cynics Anthem For A New Tomorrow  0%
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Johnney from Alhambra, CA 
Feb 8 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I'd have to disagree and say this album was disappointing. I'm not going to hate it though because I love Brian Moss/Wunder Years/The Ghost, but this release is definitely a departure from his first. Less drum machine, more folk. But folk in a boring way. Really doesn't get me amped like Natural's just..meh.

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Vincent from Plaisir, France 
Oct 22 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ouch! Already one of my top 5 of 2006, debating about that is useless! This is the perfect pop record, quite quiet, but not always ("Sloth Art" or "Duct taped tapes" know how to put the volume up), with a large horizon of influences and experience. The songwriter and singer, Brian Moss, is the former leader of the legendary (or the "should have been legendary but music world sucks") The Ghost and The Wunder Years, and, even if i hardly can say that, exception of his very personal voice, i can hear that he really knows what he is doing. Melodies who stay in your head for months, heartbreaking lyrics (mostly about a break up) wrote with a rare poetic sense, and a record who is both a whole and a collection of unforgettable pop songs. You're human? You have to buy it. It will help you to live. That's what Brian Moss has always did.

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