**** it's a fine album, but lacks that something that made "...Waitress" and "The Life Pursuit" instant indie pop classics. probably too much synthesizer abuse here. still, there are great songs like "I Want the World to Stop," "Little Lou..." (duet w/Norah Jones), and the title track.
***** Weiteres solides Album, man bekommt auch hier dasjenige, was man aus den Vorgängeralben bereits kennt. Dadurch natürlich nicht sehr spannend, aber doch immer wieder nett und angenehm. 5-<br><br>Highlight: I Want The World To Stop (6-)<br>Lowlights: Calculating Bimbo/Little Lou, Ugly Jack, Prophet John/Read The Blessed Pages (4)
**** A solid album. It starts out very strongly, with several upbeat tracks that are lots of fun, before moving to a slower pace for a few songs, which unfortunately I found a little dull and dragging. It's refreshing when the final track is another upbeat one, a good way to close out the album. My standout tracks are Come On Sister and I Didn't See It Coming, but there were none I disliked.<br>