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While you won’t find as many infectious singles on this go around, there’s still plenty to celebrate as the band heads toward a more progressive sound. They decided to go haywire with the keyboard as it provides psychedelic synths and funky 80s style beats behind the smoother guitar riffs. One particular example of this comes on possibly the album’s best track in “Trust” as Glenn speaks on the fragile entity of trustworthiness with friends and lovers.
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