The Shade Of Poison Trees reviews— 4 total
4 user reviews of The Shade Of Poison Trees by Dashboard Confessional
The good is spectacular, e.g. "Where There's Gold," "Matters of Blood and Connection," "The Widow's Peak." The bad is often tiresome to listen to; I often skip "These Bones: and "I Light My Own Fires Now." It's held back by such songs but not terribly.
A perfect blend is made between the older (better) songs, and with hints of the previous two albums.
the best song in my opinion was The Shade of Poison Trees that was classic Carraba.
Some of the songs flow seems awkward but I might just have to listen to it a couple more times.