Finally consists of 12 diary-style tales of love and loss. "Monster" and "Watch You Fall" rock with enough fury and crunch to incite live audiences, while "Who's Amazing" and "In a Whisper" overflow with pop sensibilities and hooks that position themselves at the top of modern rock radio charts nationwide. Melanie Will's stage precense is engaging, commanding, and even hyptnotic. Milan Millevoy's technical prowess on the six string is best demonstrated on the blistering solo ending "Will I Make It". Antonio Longo and Ray Greene give ONE TRUE THING the rhythm section that will initiate crowds into a pogo-like dance during pop-punk gems "Do You Remember" and "Wish I Was Everything".
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Ben from Hillsborough, NJ
Nov 25 2004
This CD isn't bad folks. It's very melodic and as you're probably aware, the girl singer is the same one featured on the "From Autumn To Ashes" records. She has a great voice and the band really goes places with it. The best song is definitely "Believe," the final track. An entire strings section (synthesized) backs up an already great song. "Monster," "Who's Amazing?" and "Will I Make It?" are the other great tracks, but this is a CD you can listen to the entire way through. If you like female vocals and bands like TBS or Lacuna Coil, these guys are for you. I'm anxious to see what they will do in the future; OTT could get pretty big. The DVD pushes the "4" quality music into "5" territory, making this a great buy.