Infinitely Ordinary

The Wrecks - Infinitely Ordinary
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Based on 39 ratings
May 1, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Big Noise Music Group / Label
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I loved this at first, but it got old real quick. There isn't really anything wrong with most of these songs, they just didn't hold up very well long term. For example, while 'Freaking Out' was kind of charming and fun at first, it became more annoying that anything with repeated listens. Most of this is pretty overproduced too, which gets a little bit grating to listen to after a while. I think most of the best parts are the spoken sections, and the lyrics are fairly strong on most songs. ... read more
An okay debut album with some good songs.
Still enjoyable.
Also the spoken word is really nice too.
The un-concentrated lyrics and the stadium filling choruses slowly wear on you until you realize you’re singing along. Definitely a summer album!
yeah...i don't really like this

let me start off by saying that bands are allowed to change up their sound whenever and however they want...
that is of course if the quality and enjoy-ability stays the same...which unfortunately didn't happen here...

the production on "Infinitely Ordinary" is often overblown at points and the distortion on some these songs can be rather obnoxious.

not much works at all really. the vocals and spoken word passages are rather pleasant but between them ... read more
The Wrecks begin to travel and become more astray from what made them good. They instead took a jab at pop rock, which ultimately failed. All of the clichés of radio-style pop mashed into an album, basically. The Wrecks aren't falling short, rather, they are becoming mainstream for the wrong reasons.
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Track List

  1. Freaking Out
  2. Feels So Nice
  3. Out Of Style
  4. Fvck Somebody
  5. Four
  6. We All Get Lonely
  7. This Life I Have
  8. Infinitely Ordinary
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Added on: May 1, 2020