"The Opiates" opens like a journey: on "The Siren Songs," an anxious orchestra buoys the captivating baritone of singer Thomas Feiner. But Feiner takes a powerful turn at the chorus when, instead of fighting, he succumbs to the sirens, letting himself drown. This sets the tone for an album that's stunning in its beauty – and that once lay on the brink of disaster.
2001's "The Opiates" was the band's third…
|1||The Siren Songs||5,310 listeners|
|2||For Now||3,801 listeners|
|4||Scars and Glasses||3,075 listeners|
|6||All That Numbs You||2,989 listeners|
|8||Betty Caine||2,818 listeners|
|10||Dinah & The Beautiful Blue||2,620 listeners|