Tommy Kill’s second album is a ton better than Lynwood, it’s not even close. But while I did enjoy this record for the most part, it still has a some issues that hold it back from being really great.
This is quite a repetitive album, which is not entirely a bad thing. While on Lynwood there simply wasn’t much to grab hold of, here there are concrete ideas, most of them good or at least reasonably enjoyable. At its best it can be transfixing or hypnotic, but in its worst ... read more