ed. Better yet, the 12-track CD is solid from start to finish.
Most of the songs are catchy, some so much that they linger in your head for days. One such track, "Let Her Go," has a chorus of overlapping vocals that's easily one of the catchiest 15-second segments on the album. The theme of the song, along with several others, is standard subject matter: lost love. Indeed, Prinz himself dubbed the CD a "breakup album."
Although the tracks that focus on relationships are solid, the record's real strength comes when Prinz focuses on another predominant theme: overcoming one's fears, which is heard on songs "Hold On" and "Follow Me." This is, without question, another clich