Despite selling 12,000 copies of their debut album in 2004, Disagree was still very much an inside joke within the scene – an example of how corporate endorsement can spoil creativity. This sophomore album however is an improvement for the band, which started in 1995. But if the days of adult contemporary rock are over, then Disagree might be too late. With new lead guitarist David, the band’s melodies seem more focused and the rhythm section, tighter. The only drawback on this rather polished album (it took 3 years to record)Â are the lyrics – corny. But we all have to pay the bills somehow, right?