One Hundred Year Ocean “Poison Smoak”
<3> “1576” – And if I wasn’t watching I wouldn’t know we just transitioned into the next song. That last song seemed like just a verse than a chorus, which was nice. We’ve got some nice guitar work going on here, as I’m realizing I probably tell too many backup singers to be quiet when I review music. Burned CD-Rs are illegal, mister! I liked this song until those female vocals came in again. It’s all cool and then starts sounding like Straylight Run or something. Not that Straylight Run is bad, but they already exist, so why is this necessary? How about we, you know, just do some straight up Casket Lottery sounding rock?
<4> “Glendale & Colegate & Deerwalk” – Once again we transition into the next song with me barely catching it. In spite of the female vocals I object to, this is one of the best pieces of music I’ve listened to in quite some time, really. This song just flat out rocks. “I’m only concerned with what I can get away with” - Awesome line. And just like that this song is over. Damn that was short. Please tell me this band has more music out there for me.