A Solid LP in the Jimmy Eat World Discogrpahy
Posted by: Eddie from: on
We're well past the halcyon days of Clarity but Damages is still a solid effort that shows the band in a more stripped down state. This album took a few spins to get the feel for but I love it now since spending some time. Jim Adkins' voice and songwriting is still the strong point here and this is best shown on the closing cut (a Jimmy Eat World staple for best album cut placement) 'You Were Good'.
0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Product images, including color, may differ from actual product appearance.