Copper Blue



This reminds me of clean and poppy grunge music for 40 year olds.  It never gets mean or too dirty, never gets too murky or ugly, and sports a largely uplifting attitude to boot.  The hooks are there, and there are definitely a few great songs, including one of my all time favs "Changes", but the the squeeky-clean/poppy thing starts to wear you down towards the 2nd half of the album, which is where I typically start to lose interest.  That said, hard to deny there are some very good songs to be found here, but it's just a little too clean cut and somewhat bland for me to call it a great album overall.


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