Yesterday's post on New Sacred Cow sparked some good discussion and good vibes from a lot of the people who commented. I'm glad to see that, and in the spirit of keeping that going, I'm going to talk for a minute about the album that came next: Make Sure They See My Face.
I'm sure at some point I'll do a full article on it, but for now, I just want to entice you readers to go check it out by showing you how radically different the style is from the first album to the second. Here's the opening track of Make Sure They See My Face.
As you can see, the production is a lot more lush with instrumentation, and Kenna comes off a bit more emotional on this one than some of the previous album's tracks.
Unfortunately, Kenna's second album got hung up in development hell because of label politics, just like New Sacred Cow, killing whatever hype could have been derived from the release. Kenna's scheduled to release another new disc, Songs for Flight sometime very, very soon. Hopefully he doesn't get screwed a third time.
Now, on to the metablogging: not that many people seem to have noticed, but there's now a poll over there at the top of the sidebar to the right. Mondays, I'm going to write about what the majority wants me to write about. That's what the poll is all about. So vote! Vote, and be merry!
Have a great Thursday, guys. See you all tomorrow with a new post.