JB's Review of The 8th Note.

You can check out the Jewish Blogmeister’s review of The 8th Note here. I agreed with him on many of the songs he liked, but some of the songs he didn’t like I didn’t agree. I really liked almost all the songs, although the really “out there” songs I can understand why the regular music fan might not go crazy for.

The one thing I will say before my actual review is that Sefor, by Lev Tahor is probably my favorite song on the album, meanwhile JB thought it was a massive dud. Something I was shocked about. The Lev Tahor song (Sefor) is the most innovative and the most brave of all the songs. Sefor is awesome. But more on that in my review, whenever it does get written.

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