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|3.||Someone That Won't Let Me Go|
|5.||One Love, One Life, One Girl|
|6.||Get Your Groove On|
|7.||So Into You|
|8.||There's Only One Hell|
|9.||It's All Up to Me|
|10.||Out from the Inside|
|11.||Top of the World|
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|From: Nick C||Date: June 20, 2005 at 6:34|
|This was a great return to form after the mess that was Endless, Nameless - great pop roc/metal anthems very much in the style of classic Wildhearts. Who know what they are up to now with Ginger currently touring the land as a solo artist.|
|From: Trick Taylor||Date: June 20, 2005 at 11:29|
|This is undoubtedly one of the best cds to come out in the last few years. Polished and brash, it feels like a big-league attempt at the brass ring. The pop songs are the strongest with "Only Love" proving Ginger's ability to diversify. "So Into You" and "Nexus Icon" rock hard ala the great old stuff. Fun record to check out.|
|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: June 20, 2005 at 12:32|
|A few decent songs such as Nexus Icon, but this is far too poppy for my liking. It seems like once Ginger got the full-blown aggression of Endless Nameless out of his system, he lost almost all his aggression entirely. This lacks all the fire and venom that Earth Vs, PHUQ and the b-sides from that era all possessed. He insists on largely always singing in this smooth pop-punk tone (I miss his old voice) and to me it's all far too glossy. Stick with the pre-Endless Nameless era. 4/10|
|From: reverendjennings||Date: December 6, 2006 at 15:07|
|Easily a 10/10. Best album in the last ten years by any band. It's a shame that a band this good isn't more popular.|
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