I don't like every song on here, but it has enough good ones to make it worth buying.
This album is a truly bizarre blend of acoustic and modern.
Like "Send His Love To Me," it's sort of "bluesy" and has an air akin to the bygone days as "Civil War Correspondent" conjures.
Outstanding tracks include the haunting and spell-inducing "Girl," the aching "That Was My Veil" which ends with a harrowing "You told me lies! Lies! Lies!" and of course, "Civil War Correspondent":
"Save your tears for the next who dies... I shout but he don't hear..."
These lines are sung with a passion I've never heard from any other woman in the rock industry. Ever.
The other songs, like "City of No Sun" and all the others, are not as good as the ones I mentioned.
Buy this album is you like the blues and a passionate female voice. If you are expecting "Dry" or "To Bring You..." (her other albums) stay away from it. It will disappoint you...