Album Review

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Pro-social Content

"Leech" considers dishonesty and disillusionment damaging to relationships.

Objectionable Content

The singer paints a neurotic, hopeless self-portrait on "How Much Longer." He also refers to himself as ugly, sad, sick and faithless, wanting to put his "tender heart in a blender"("Inside Out"). Similarly, "Small Town Trap" angrily blames circumstances for lack of inspiration, adding, "Satan's in the living room choking me with apathy." A man is convinced that loneliness is his best friend on the potentially self-destructive "Open Road Song." "Superhero Girl" uses the f-word twice. The singer reports finding his girlfriend and another man having sex in the shower ("Showerhead").

Summary Advisory

Angst. Apathy. Boredom. Cynicism. Paranoia. If self-image were a house, this band would be living in the basement. What a downer. All recent high-school graduates, the members of Eve 6 have virtually nothing of value to say to their peers.

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Top-40 recording with more than 500,000 copies sold

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On Video

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