Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Safe Ride Home
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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They've Done It Again...
GIVN2SIN@hotmail.com | Kansas City, KS | 06/08/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Well, what can I say... After a long, horrible wait for the release of Frogpond's follow up to "Count to Ten," I can honestly say that it was worth the wait. I purchased this album the second it came out, (Actually, I had it ordered months before.) and it has not left my CD player since. I can't say which song is my favorite, because I really can't decide yet. The album is so eclectic and brings so much to the table, that not one song deserves to be left out. The album is a mixture of instant radio hits, power ballads, and pure "get up and jump" music. Heidi has topped herself as both a singer and a songwriter. She shows her talent through words, catchy guitar and bass licks, and an increased vocal range (compared to "Count to Ten"). And of course, like with "Count to Ten," it seems as if she is singing to me, and I'm the one who has caused her heartache. Most of the songs leave me wanting to apologize or console. I don't know which, but whatever the case, this girl has a knack with combining prose and voice. I can't say enough... I can't say anything intelligent... I think I'm still in awe. So, until I can get out of the mode of cranking "Safe Ride Home" in my car and belting out the lyrics alongside Heidi, I'll leave it at this. I've found that it's hard to explain the joy I feel about how good this album really is. Once again, this album is a must buy for anyone who wants to hear a fallen angel sing to them."
My Favorite Group EVER!
S. M. Taylor | Milwaukee, WI United States | 10/15/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Frogpond is an amazingly talented group that will (hopefully) continue to make music for years to come. This CD--their latest--combines more styles than 1996's COUNT TO TEN, including an acoustic solo (the song "Empty Room"), an upbeat punkpop anthem ("I Did") and a satisfying rock-rant about working ("Get Paid"). This album has something for anyone and everyone--and it deserves wider airplay. But then, a true music connesiour can find the best above the rest! Skip Brittney Spears, N'Sync, and all the pre-fab Rap groups--Frogpond is the real thing!"