I have never liked Ghoti Hook. I still kind of don't. I never liked Joel Bell's voice -- still kind of don't. This is the first album of theirs I listened to from beginning to end. Their new album Two Years to Never is a little bit different though. Yeah, he still sings, but it's more rock than punk this time around.
One song that does stick out, though, is "Lullaby." It's the third song on the album and it shows that they have a somewhat wide array of taste. It opens with a piano and changes into a punk-rock style. The vocals are soft and the lyrics are great. I think this might be one of the best-written punk songs I've heard. It's a prayer said in the morning about "changing into the man you want me to be."
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