" Transit", " Step", "Parenthesis" are the key words to find the key to the right of this work. Inside the disk are proposed eight new songs and acoustic versions of two songs under the age of "Nude", " Be With Me" and "I Can not Say No To You" , which ironically are almost better of the original versions.
The pace of constant acoustic guitar accompanies the introductory " You're Too Young " and the melancholy becomes suffered protagonist of the scene. In "Sunday I'll Be Gone" peeps a plan. "One More Day" is even more intimate and reflective. Livid colors and opaque paint the air and already seems difficult to sustain such an emotional tension throughout the disc. The soul rock of Crosby, however, makes a cameo appearance with "I'm Too Good" in a sort of blues to the children of the metal. It finally feels some increase in tone in the beautiful voice of Crosby, then even the acoustic atmosphere is partially broken by a short electric guitar solo. REM also come to mind, especially those of the "Automatic For The People".
"I Am A Vampire" is another atypical track atypical of the disc, with a trend to rhyme and an aura more joyful than the rest of the grooves of this disc. With "She Visits Me", returns the introspection, thanks to notes suffered a few times as it was heard in an album of the Vast. We hear echoes of Radiohead's most poignant, those of "Exit Music ( For A Film )" for instance. Atmosphere vaguely country accompanies "Tattoo of Her Name", which sounds almost like an unplugged version of "Land Of Shame". The only other piece is completely unprecedented "Having Part Of You" which reminds a lot, even in the melodic line "Desert Garden". It was perhaps because of that track to create the idea of an acoustic album where the song-writing was reduced to its essentials, the music stripped of all addition, the artist developed further naked, even more than in the past.
Yet another act of love towards the fans. It was appreciated or not, the answer to you ...