|1. Introduction to ""The War Of Women"" (Explicit Album Version)|
|2. Breaking All The Ground (Explicit Album Version)|
|3. Can't Stop Loving You (Album Version)|
|4. Now You're Gorgeous, Now You're Gone (Album Version)|
|5. Car Door (Dancing In The Aisles) (Explicit Album Version)|
|6. Saving All The Love (Explicit Album Version)|
|7. Slave or Siren (Album Version)|
|8. Chasing You Down (Album Version)|
|9. The Adventures of the Empress of Harlem and The Amazing Subway Boy (Album Version)|
|10. Lies (Album Version)|
|11. Beautiful (Album Version)|
|12. Secondhand Grave (Album Version)|
|13. Speak Your Mind (Explicit Album Version)|
|14. Savannah (Album Version)|
|15. After Los Angeles (Explicit Album Version + Hidden Track ""Buy Me A Bourbon"")|
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The War of Women is the tale of the most self-loathing guy in the world, who loves the sluttiest, most evil woman in the world, but can't seem to let her go. In the opening lines of the CD, he croons "women are only as evil as you let them be," and spends the rest of the CD proving it.
Firstman's vocals are top notch, they make you feel the pain he is going through in these songs. Agonizing over her indiscretions, yet still wanting her back no matter what the consequences. Lines like "you make it look so easy, being so easy" may seem cheesy on paper or in a review until you actually hear them in the CD.
I originally didn't like this CD, but after finding it for $7 at a used music store, I splurged and have been listening to it non-stop since.
If you like a guy with great vocals who plays the piano and expresses the emotions felt by any guy who's ever loved one of the "bad girls," pick up this CD.
It has it's slow moments and songs, but overall, the album is easy to listen to, start to finish.