|1. Cold Cash And Cold Hearts|
|2. Under A Killing Moon|
|3. All That's Left|
|5. Stare At The Sun|
|6. Paper Tigers|
|7. Hoods On Peregrine|
|8. The Melting Point Of Wax|
|9. Blood Clots And Black Holes|
|10. The Artist In The Ambulance|
|11. The Abolition Of Man|
|12. Don't Tell And We Won't Ask|
Track 1: Really good, not at all slow to start. A great opening track.
Track 2: A bit too melodic for me, but nice guitar work. Lyrics could have been a bit better, but as the song pregresses, it gets better.
Track 3: Not too crazy about the intro, but once you get into it, it's really good.
Track 4: Great song. Love the intro, and it really draws you in.
Track 5: Feels a bit too much like they were trying to write a single. Original intro, though...
Track 6: Wow, this track came as a surprise. It pulses with pure fury. You have to listen to it a few time to get used to the full-on sceaming. Chilling outro.
Track 7: Feels as if it will be a continuation of Trk. 6, but it's not, yet it's still a great song. Fells a tad emply, but that's probably because track 6 was so moving.
Track 8: Okay, yet again, feels empty, and too melodic.
Track 9: Great break from the now-melodic style of the past few songs. You'll never get tired of it.
Track 10: Dissapointing. Sounds like something you would hear on a pop radio station. Skip this song. Please.
Track 11: Amazing. Perfect. Especially the last 30 or so seconds. It feels as though THIS track sould have been the closer, not Trk. 12
Track 12: Good, but not for the last song of the CD (it should have been track 111, but that's not Thrice's fault...)