I wasn't told anything about what I can and can't talk about. If someone tells me to not say anything about an album, or that I have it, I'll always abide. But it was just in my inbox, no one said anything ... so, figure I'm ok.
I don't want to spoil anything for people, because clearly this is the kind of thing you wanna hear for the first time without too many preconceived notions. I'll definitely answers a few questions though, but I'll spoiler tag them in this thread outta respect. So, if you quote me with a few - I'll try and respond.
Thanks. A few questions I've got for now:
Are there any songs that are just gut-punchingly emotional or sad like Here's Looking at You, Kid? (Can I take it that National Anthem
is a slower song like that based on what you said?)
How does Biloxi Parish sound compared to the live versions that we've been listening to for over a year? Any distinct changes?
Given that the album is around 42 minutes long despite being only 11 songs, I assume there's some long tracks which (with a few exceptions) is kinda new to them...How do the long song(s) go over?
Lastly (for now hahaha) what are 2 or 3 songs that you would put up against any of Brian's top songs, strictly from a lyrical staindpoint.