Joined: Aug. 2000
||Posted: July 29 2001, 21:28
I did not think i would like it as much as I do, and i was very surprised with this album! It's really really good! This is just a cool album, and the atmosphere it presents itself is amazing.
It seems as if MO wanted to perhaps convey himself as a guy down the street (who happens to just kick ass at playing guitars). This album is deffinately not as complex as other ones, but still satisfies the eager listener. ALthough the music on this album is quite amazing and complex, the feeling that I get is that MO is just like cool friend who I would want to sit down and listen to him jam in the basement, not a celebrity in the recording studio. I do not mean to call him average (he's anything but that), but i think this album makes it a little easier to relate to him, and it seems as if he is just one of the neghborhood guys.
This album i believes offers many different feelings that can be associated with music: from calm stillnes, to good old rock and roll. I think it was quite an effort to produce several tracks with different melodies and sounds. The few allusions to previous recorded works is cool too.
I believe my favorite tracks on this album are Out of Sight, Cochise, and Entaginism. While I think i still prefer his piano pieces a bit more, there is no doubt in my mind that he just kicks ass at Guitars.
Terrible, Wonderful, Crazy, Perfect.