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June 30, 2005

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chadwicksaid

absolutely breathtaking album.. in top 5 - 2005 thus far.

dave g.

Fantastic record. Chicago is clearly one of the better tunes, but Jacksonville, Casimir Pulaski Day, and John Wayne Gacy Jr. are all nearly as good.

Joey

I've listened to "Come on! Feel the Illinoise!" roughly 10,000 times in three days.

drewo

Also add "The Man of Metropolis Steals Our Hearts" as another instant classic on this new disc. "Illinois" is shaping as one of the Album's of the Year.

DrJimmy

My fave of the year so far. Tons of great songs. But I suggest getting into the habit of playing it all the way through.

Hearing all the tracks in order--including the interludes--make for an amazing, epic journey. It's like a movie.

DrJimmy

My fave of the year so far. Tons of great songs. But I suggest getting into the habit of playing it all the way through.

Hearing all the tracks in order--including the interludes--make for an amazing, epic journey. It's like a movie.

Jeff

I know. I've tried listening all the way through...I really want to do it like that cause i can tell that's the kind of album it is. I just haven't had the time to really sit back and devote my attention to it. Soon I hope.

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Rebeca

My fave of the year so far. Tons of great songs. But I suggest getting into the habit of playing it all the way through.

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