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Review: Switchfoot – Learning to Breathe

 Learning to Breathe

 

 

 

 Learning to Breathe by Switchfoot is my favorite album right now, for three reasons. The lyrical poetry (in ALL the songs), singer Jon Foreman’s one-of-a-kind vocals, and the catchy tunes.

  It starts off with I Dare You to Move, the original recording of the hit from their next album, The Beautiful Letdown. Next is the title track, which is a good song, but not perfect. You Already Take me There is the same case as its former, and once again with Love is the Movement. The next four, Poparazzi, Innocence Again, Playing For Keeps, and The Loser, are my favorites. They all combine a great verse with a great chorus, which some songs fail to put together. The next three are more good songs, but The Economy of Mercy is the best of them.

  This album is a rare gem, because all the songs are good, and it has stood the test of time, being from 2000.

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One Response to “Review: Switchfoot – Learning to Breathe”

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