Not much I can say about this album that hasn't already been said by Matchbook fans. It sounds nothing like West for Wishing and nothing like Stories and Alibis, which I think is good. The album has a much sinister feel to it which is due to the fact most bands have only good "breakup" CD in them. Case in point, Finch's What It Is to Burn. A fine album, but Say Hello to Sunshine is lacking intensity. However, lack of intensity or emotion is something you won't find in Voices. I have to admit, the first time I heard the album I hated it. It wasn't what I was accustomed to and the sound threw me off. But it grew on me and as I began to listen to it more I realized what the CD had to offer. A few songs top the five minute mark and several others make you want more. I honestly don't think there's a bad track on this CD, but if you're really into Stories and Alibis or anything that sounds like this album, try this album. Matchbook Romance grew up, their sound expanded with them, and I personally can't wait to see what else these guys can come up with. Instead of nagging on bands about how their sound changes too much, applaud creativity and embrace change.