12 Songs, 51 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
121 Ratings

121 Ratings

dustysomers ,

Absolutely Stunning - Exceeds All Expectations

I am so glad Sleeping at Last's newest album finally made it to iTunes. I would be hard pressed to declare a greater album in 2006 than Keep No Score. Fans of 2003's Ghosts will only find more to love. SAL incorporates full orchestral string arrangements on 8 of the 12 tracks, and the lush sound it produces is breathtaking. The production levels are perfect as Ryan O'Neal's ethereal voice is able to find just the right balance with the music. And the lyrics... Wow. The songwriting on this album is even better than Ghosts. The ability of Ryan O'Neal to paint a picture with his words is remarkable. I could go on and on and use many more superlatives, but better to buy this album for yourself. If you have Ghosts, this is an absolute must-have follow-up, and if you've never heard of SAL, this is a great place to start. You can listen to these songs over and over, and keep hearing new things... they're that rich. Highlights include Dreamlife, Quicksand, and Needle & Thread.

Jamie :) ,


I am in love.

Ben in PA ,


The guys of Sleeping at Last have outdone their previous work "Ghosts" with this new album. "Keep No Score" harmoniously matches music with lyrics to create a full-album experience that brings joy, sadness, and hope. In a world with banal lyrics, SAL's own struggles and experiences become a catalyst for beautiful lyrics that express an authentic life. Not only do I highly recommend this album, but I also feel as though I owe SAL something for the way they reach into the very heart of my life and show me understanding.

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