11 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jars of Clay come into their own on their second album, revealing their gift for melancholic folk-pop that's laced with imagery more spiritual than scriptural. The baroque-flavoured “Frail” bravely delves into human weakness, and “Overjoyed” is sweetened with Beatles-esque harmonies and guitar lines—both are so achingly fragile that they could dissolve at any moment. The band also add a dash of rock ’n’ roll crunch to the single “Crazy Times”, sucking in listeners with sad, dreamy textures.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jars of Clay come into their own on their second album, revealing their gift for melancholic folk-pop that's laced with imagery more spiritual than scriptural. The baroque-flavoured “Frail” bravely delves into human weakness, and “Overjoyed” is sweetened with Beatles-esque harmonies and guitar lines—both are so achingly fragile that they could dissolve at any moment. The band also add a dash of rock ’n’ roll crunch to the single “Crazy Times”, sucking in listeners with sad, dreamy textures.

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