Top Customer Reviews
Essentially, it's Chris in his most stripped down form: in an emotional frenzy, he wrote 3 songs and put them down in the studio.
Each track is impressive in it's own rights, as are with most of his songs. However... this cd should really be priced around (...) bucks. Not to knock on Chris and saying his music isn't worth the (...) dollars, but for three three minute songs, it's only for a real true fan, only.
So if you want to get a feel for Dashboard confessional, go get either of the first 2 LPs. Once you're addicted, get this one.
however, the fact that this cd has only three songs and lasts about seven and a half minutes might deter some folks from buying it, and rightfully so.
i like this cd. 'anyone, anyone' is most definately the standout track. however, i would only recommend this cd if you are a diehard dashboard confessional fan. if you are interested in getting something from this group(?), i recommend first purchasing one of the two full lengths.
Most recent customer reviews
I suggest you only get this if you are a true follower. To me these three songs are my favorites. They were what made me love Chris so much. Read morePublished on Jan. 3 2004 by beefjerk
WTF are you guys thinking... It is rough around the edges BECAUSE it was written and recorded in one night. It is short because it was his FIRST step as a solo artist. Read morePublished on Sept. 18 2002
The songs are good, the only 3 songs. I paid [money] for this CD. This is very pricey and it made me mad! But I really like the songs. I just wish there was more than 3. Read morePublished on June 26 2002 by Elizabeth Saunders
Chris Carraba is a good songwriter and his songs never feel half baked, but no one would buy this release unless they were a hardcore fan. Read morePublished on April 9 2002
It's not my favorite dashboard cd, but it's more than worth the money spent, if you're a true dashboard fan. Read morePublished on March 24 2002
if you are REALLY into dashboard then you will of course like this CD. it takes a few listenings to but you learn to like at least two of the songs. Read morePublished on Jan. 14 2002