Treaty of Paris - Sweet Dreams, Sucker Treaty of Paris – Sweet Dreams, Sucker
Release Date: September 25, 2007 Record Label: Airport Tapes & Records This review is a user submitted review from Steve Henderson. You can see all of Steve Henderson's submitted reviews here.
11:19 AM on 10/26/07
never heard them.... i'll give it a shot
11:24 AM on 10/26/07
Definitely agree with you on this, the demos had alot of potential, but this CD just sounds uninspired and bland.
12:01 PM on 10/26/07
I enjoyed the demo, but I have yet to listen to the cd. Based on the review, I might just have to live with it.
12:12 PM on 10/26/07
I haven't heard this one yet, but if it really is disappointing then that's too bad. We opened for Treaty of Paris once and they were great. They've had some lineup changes since then, though, so maybe that's messed with the creative process. Maybe they'll have it ironed out next time, but I'll still give this one a shot.
12:35 PM on 10/26/07
Yeah they are definitely un-original...still not bad to listen to if your just in a mood to listen to something kinda popish.
01:36 PM on 10/26/07
aw, boo. I was looking forward to this - thought they had a lot of potential.
01:57 PM on 10/26/07
you're review pretty much perfectly describes the album...i like the title track though.
02:04 PM on 10/26/07
i think they do have a lot of potential... i thought the release was good and i know andrew signed them for the long run. They're still young, i think they have a bright future.
02:05 PM on 10/26/07
i was not as satisfied with the album as i thought i would be, but they are such a good band live, the nicest guys, and Hello Nurse still is one of my favorite guilty pleaures
02:19 PM on 10/26/07
They do have potential - it just isn't at all realized on this album.
02:26 PM on 10/26/07
Bummer, thought they had a solid EP. I'll probably still check this out, however.
02:53 PM on 10/26/07
"I sold my soul to rock and roll
so why am i still broke?"
i love that line
03:19 PM on 10/26/07
This album really disappointed me. Good review.
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