|1. The Last One Alive|
|3. I Don't Have Anything|
|4. The Gates Of Rock 'N' Roll|
|5. What Else Do I Need|
|7. Land Of Shame|
|8. A Better Place|
|9. Song Without A Name|
|10. We Will Meet Again|
|11. My TV And You|
|12. Lady Of Dreams|
Japanese version featuring a bonus track: 'Free' (Black Version).
With his 1998 debut, Visual Audio Sensory Theater, Vast's Jon Crosby unveiled his dark musical vision and gave an insight to a childhood spent learning classical music, listening to U2 and the Cure, and watching MTV. On Vast's follow-up, Crosby's adds to his debut's components a masterful understanding of how to use his gifts. For the majority of Music for People, he delicately balances morbid melodies with tender orchestration. Trombone and ethereal strings lift the downtrodden "Blue," while joyous, overblown hooks elevate the sinister "The Last One Alive." Crosby's balancing act accentuates his love for pure rock drama. Unfortunately, this passion can also be his undoing; his operatic barking on "Song Without a Name" is too grandiose to be taken seriously. In the main, though, Crosby's smoldering vocals, cryptic words, classical leanings, and twisted blend of rock and electronica posit Vast as U2's heavy-rock cousins. --Dan Gennoe
I find it incredible a man so young as Mr. Crosby could have both the pain and the talent to create this masterpiece. Read morePublished on July 23 2003 by Slartibartfast
ok i accept some of the critism given to this album and to be quite honest i was kind of expecting it. Read morePublished on June 9 2003 by Dark Knight
I hope and pray it's not downhill from here for VAST. His debut CD was so phenomenal, that I'm afraid nothing else will ever measure up. Read morePublished on April 1 2003 by V. Z. LaPier
I love metal. Love rock and roll, old school style...
But this album makes me so happy and sad in one fell swoop.
It's just a great damn album. Read more
While Visual Audio Sensory Theater was an amazing album in its own right, Music For People is an incredible work of art. Read morePublished on Feb. 6 2003
Music for People sounds great at first, but it gets old really fast. This is more of a straight ahead pop-rock album than the industrial/world music which graced my ears on the... Read morePublished on Dec 15 2002 by Jeff Red
VAST, jon crosby could not have picked a better title for his music experience. Music For People is a truly refreashing album that picks you up and takes you to new found heights... Read morePublished on Aug. 16 2002 by Marcus Dare
I JUST got this in the mail and i was STUNNED! this is not for people who are feeling angry,its more of an upbeat song to get you happy if your blue. Read morePublished on July 12 2002 by Raiden Spikes