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I miss these guys!
Chuck Gray | Champaign, IL | 11/21/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My old trumpet teacher, the late Jim Smith of Fishers, Indiana, was Michael Smith's father and bought me their debut album when I was twelve years old; back then, I didn't think much of it, but bought all their albums out of some sense of obligation to the Smiths. Nine years later, I decided to pull their last album, Two Beasts, off my CD rack and give it another listen. . . WOW. These guys are SO awesome. Boo to MCA for botching up these guys' promotion; I've never heard such a rich, mature, and fun-to-listen-to sound. If you're like me and enjoy a more traditional, slightly western rock style, I urge you to check out the Why Store."
Less carefree, but not bad
Aaron G. Rhoads | Paris, IL USA | 08/31/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Very similar to their previous album, but almost darker in a way, even with the ender/remake "When Your High", remade from the original on "Inside The Why Store". Aside from that standouts are "Working" and "She's Broken", but of course like their other records there really aren't too many weaknesses, just some good time, original music."
This one is ok, but their first two are better.
Aaron G. Rhoads | 07/30/1998
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Yes, of course, the Why Store has an amazing energy. They are a fabulous band. I have seen them play numerous times over the last four years, and indeed, they get better every time. Yet one thing that is not conveyed on Two Beasts is their energy. The original versions of When You're High and Everybody are much better than these new polished versions. Where is the energy? Where is the powerful bass and drums? And what's with the keyboard. Listen to the first two Why Store Cd's, and then listen to Two beasts. You'll know what I mean."