Delusions (Mega-Deluxe Version) by Elway, released 10 May 2011 1. 3/4 Eleanor 2. Passing Days 3. Spent So Long 4. Whispers In A Shotglass 5. San Mateo 6. Song For Eric Solomon To Sing 7. Kristina's Last Song 8. The Tired Old Whore's Bedside Book 9. Aphorisms 10. It's Alive! 11. Tapout Endorsement: The Musical 12. Patrick's Scarf Is Sooo Douche! 13. Wolf Shirt 14.
This album has an average beat per minute of 136 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 98/189 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
From the simple power chords to the swelling drums and lyrics of tantalizing days that could have been, Elway beams punk rock. While some songs drag on-lasting much longer than they should-and simplicity and generic-pop-punk melodies dominate the album, it's a fun ride to say the least, and that does count for something. Notable Songs: "3/4 Eleanor"; "Whispers in a Shot Glass"; "Kristina's Last Song".
Fortunately, after one listen to Elway‘s latest album, Delusions, I may have found one of my new favourite bands. Combining elements of punk rock that made bands like The Lawrence Arms, Against Me! and Alkaline Trio so popular, Elway combine catchy riffs, singable songs and the right amount of that element that can only be described as gruffness in a way that makes it pretty impossible to forget the band once you’ve finished listening to Delusions. One of the great things about Delusions is that there isn’t the issue of monotony. Each track manages to sound unique, without being dull or repetitive.