Review by a superfan of the week Neil Bui-
The Perfect Girl was probably the best pick for the first song of the album. Sets a very good example of what Frequency5 is about.
Demise was completely unusual for Frequency5's typical sound, but they did a good job.
So Good So Strange is probably the catchiest song on the whole CD.
But Not Tonight goes back to the whole Demise vibe, and once again shows another side of the band.
The beginning of Change really pumps one up and the rest of the song doesn't do any less. Very good song to motivate oneself to get any job done, such as writing a review on lazy afternoon.
At first, I thought You and Me was going to be another "different" song. But it only starts off very mellow and transitions into expected Frequency5 sound on-and-off through out the song.
The beginning of Spill is misleading to the contents of the rest of the song. I prefer the style of the beginning over the rest of the song though. I just wasn't feeling it from the vocals.
Wake Up is one of those songs a person can start their morning with, or lay in bed and just imagine a music video. I haven't heard the whole album yet, but I have a feeling this may be my favorite on the whole disk.
Take on the Team.... HEY THAT'S NOT A SONG.
The little kids in Just Play Along made it an interesting listen.
Hero starts off sounding like a Disney song but after a good minute, it is a fitting end to a fantastic album.