Album Review: Cas One The Monster and the Wishing Well

Tim Stiles, contributor

A mere 150 words are not enough to describe this album appropriately. I’d love to dig into each track and give you feedback, but I’m restricted.

Jacob (Cas One) Snider and Eric Hunter have been diligently working on this record for five years, and it shows. The track “Liberation” is flawless, an example of how perfection is attainable over time. Every cut on the album, from “Long Walk” to “Bigger Than Life,” exemplifies how perfection is an attainable goal once you’ve mastered your craft.

Sure, it could be labeled “emo” or “white boy rap,” but you need to get rid of those preconceived notions prior to listening.

Jacob and Eric have put every piece of their soul into this and somehow made it not only accessible, but also an absolutely essential listen.

Rating: 12 out of 12 cans of PBR!!!

 

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