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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
183 Ratings

183 Ratings

Huskers1221 ,

Perfection

The album is a different sound for Jon in many ways, but it's a satisfying change. I love it when artists' albums have their own identities; instead of simply being different chapters in the same book, they are different novels that happen to be written by the same author.

All in all, it is a phenomenal album. As always, Jon paid keen attention to every single note and instrument for all 12 songs, and it paid off incredibly well. And it goes without saying his voice sounds amazing.

FudgeDemon ,

Jon Never Ceases to Please

This album, like all of his albums, is extremely cohesive. Up until this point each album has had its own unique sound/style throughout. This album is closer to Promising Promises, which you know, if you've heard Promising Promises, is a very good thing. This album seems to be more subdued and less rocking than his last, but it paces itself well. The ballads mix in well with the upbeat sing alongs and Jon branches away from the norm with orchestra pieces, a saxophone, and a beautiful instrumental ("At Night"). Simply put, Jon has delivered an album that is uniquely, and obviously, his. It's polished, fun, and beautiful. A wonderful addition to any music library.

segography ,

Epic

I can't say in words how much I've missed Jon's music. He's better than ever

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