Last Stop: Crappy Town sees a much different side of Reggie. Gone are the joking skits, funny song titles, and videos about the Loch Ness monster and breakdancing contests. Gone are the poppy, danceable songs that had young girls singing their hearts out about being in love. This album is about a very real, rough time in James’ life, and the mood of the songs reflects those down times. The album is much heavier, darker and introspective.
The album was recorded almost two years ago, but due to a number of factors is only being released now. Fans have been waiting a long time and they’re finally gonna get their Reggie!
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Brandon from San Luis Obispo, CA
Jun 2 2009
If you like R&TFE, you won't like this. If you love them, you should get it. I wouldn't rate it for the music, but as an emotional catharsis, it scores a "10". The song "J" rocks though, and the last half of the album isn't bad.