Hilken and Chris trade off singing lead vocals from song to song. Presumably, this trading off extends to songwriting as well, although all credits are listed jointly. The two artists have different musical styles, and yet they manage to blend them together quite well. You can hear the influences of their previous bands in the songs. Party Town echoes strongly with memories of Fuzzy, especially in the chorus, when Hilken lets loose vocally in accompaniment of suddenly louder guitar. It also uses the dual-voiced vocals that were a trademark of Fuzzy. The next song, Situations Count!, is far more reminiscent of a Buffalo Tom effort, with a gentle rock feel and plaintive male vocals. But despite these differences between some songs, there is also a commonality great enough to make the whole album sound cohesive.
Edited by rdclarke on 20 Sep 2011, 15:06
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