- Audio CD
- Language: English, English
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD, Import
- Label: Suburban Home
- ASIN: B0048NUC26
- Other Editions: Vinyl
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2010 release, the Columbus, Ohio, rockers' fifth album and follow up to the incredible album, Speaking In Cursive. Sweet Saint Me picks up where Speaking In Cursive left off but the album is a lot more focused and the songwriting could not be better. The album mixes rockers and acoustic tracks alike and hits home the fact that Two Cow Garage are becoming one of the greatest albeit underrated rock bands in America. If you have been following the guys since the beginning, you have most certainly noticed that the band has slowly forged their own sound (out of their alt-country humble beginnings) and have put together one of the most thunderous live sets you will ever see. The 13 track album boasts the strongest collection of songs Two Cow Garage have put together.
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Sweet Saint me goes down as the best album of 2010 without a question, and has quite possibly reached my top 5 favorite albums of all time. This album is just that good. Every song is strong, and every song leaves you wanting more. The songs definitely show a more mature side of the band, although they still hold onto their punk rock roots. Just take the first line from "My Great Gatsby": "Where is Woody Guthrie, when we need him most?". The songs really speak for themselves. I consider this album anthematic, and haven't been able to stop listening to it.
I think I put it best a few months ago when I saw the band, and told Micah that the band had the sound of Bruce Springsteen, the energy of the Replacements, and the song writing of Bob Dylan. It really is true. The melodies in the album are great, you can't help but think of early 80s Bruce, and the energy brings up the 'mats without a question... The energetic punk rock songs mixed in with the soulful songs you expected from them. And the song writing is just top notch. I can't say enough good things about these guys, and I don't understand how everyone hasn't heard of these guys.