An oddly stripped pop duo, Greg and Thom Moore, the only two musicians on the CD (save for Neal Morgan hitting the skins on two cuts), have blended elements of Voudoris & Kahne, Tuffano & Giammarese, Nelson, and the expected sugary combines for a sound contrasted by often bizarre lyrics:
If there were one thing in this world that I would kill
Pretty vicious and the rest of the song follows suit above a clunkily repeating guitar chord or two. I'm not sure what the point is, but, as the CD progresses, it appears the Bros. are satirizing the medium, though…that's not a sure thing either. The Face brings up the ambience factor nicely but the lyrics are once again stumpers. Elsewhere, genre clichés are a too abundant (I Sing Today, etc.), the atmospheres a trifle too empty, and the intent of anything at all about as clear as a fog at midnight. Great Graham Nash-ish bird-on-a-wire vocals but not much else. Sounds like everything was thrown together in a few hours after Chorus class. Pass.
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