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  • Lacks Direction

    By Alucard_33
    While there are a few decent songs on here like Madman’s Eyes, Break Free, and Monsters, there are other tracks, like Something to Tell My Baby, that just seem to lack personality. Overall it’s a good album and a better than the previous entry in their library.
  • Brilliant 10th Album!!

    By jcin Auburn
    From start to finish this is an amazing listen. The band as it sits today is well represented by this album! There could always be more Jeff 🎷.
  • Bassman42

    By funkmaster42
    How did this guy ever got a recording contract ?This guy is awful. He is not a very good musician. Take some lessons, do some listening. Some so-called “Rock’’ being put out today is just horrific !
  • Bad

    By efraini
    sounds like the crappy one eyed jack album by mellencamp, garbage
  • Grows on me with every listen

    By Uwband51
    I'd heard about half these songs live and liked them all, but it's so interesting to hear the studio versions. My favorites so far are Madman's Eyes, The Only Thing, Break Free and It Could Happen. Can't wait to hear them all live, which is always the best way to listen to DMB. They are always amazing live and these will be great additions to the shows.
  • I want to like this new DMB effort...

    By Mstone972
    I've listened to the album fron to back 3x now. I really want to like it, but I can't fully commit to saying I do. I'm all for a band evolving and/or trying new sounds, mixing techniques, etc. I don't buy into the critics bashing Dave for working outside of the box so many have put them in. There are some decent tunes here, but no real flow on the album as a whole. It's good background music, but nothing truly stands out.
  • Keep Listening

    By Bummed about badges
    I am an avid, dedicated DMB fan and have been for 20+ years. My first listen was, admittedly, a bit meh, though I absolutely love the mix for Walk Around the Moon. I went to both shows over the weekend and kept listening to the new album in between and it has rapidly grown on me. Each song has specific, deep meaning, if you’re willing to listen for it. Looking for a Vein is classic DMB deep meaning, reflective, mortality stuff and beautifully played. If you’re on the fence, I get it. Keep listening. It’s a beautiful album!
  • Good, solid return

    By nolaexpat
    I didn’t know if I really liked it, but the more I listened, I find that I do. I miss the horns of the previous albums, but we all evolve and a band can and should do the same.
  • LIfetune vs, One hit wonders

    By Sioux Falls Steve
    It's like when Dylan went electric in the mid 60's and people lost their minds. The simple truth is when the artist of our youth grow older with us, they change too. DMB continues to be engaged and write great music. LIke Dylan, they continue to test new sounds and ideas as they grow older. They're journey is totally different now than in the 90's and it makes sense that it would reflected in their art. If that is an issue for someone, plenty of of classic rock stations to listen to. As for me, I'm enjoying the ride with bands like DMB, moe., Phish, Pearl Jam, etc.
  • Disappointed

    By MrAngie
    I’m always super excited to get a new DMB album and without fail - there are 3-4 songs that blow me away and I can’t stop listening to them. Sadly - maybe 1 song on this album kind of comes close to that. Headed to Nashville next week to see them live - hoping they play mostly their old stuff.

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