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is going to move along for the rest of the record, WD stretches out a little more into reverberated psychedelia courtesy of "Mirrored and Reverse" and then the Black Keys-style soul in "Paint Yourself," or the trailing, Latin-infused jam band styling of "Sex Prayer." What does stay consistent throughout the album are the proficient musician ship of drummer Joshua Block, bassist Steve Terebecki and the howling soul sputter of vocalist/guitarist James Petralli as they stop and switch styles at the drop of a dime. By the time you've made it to the album's last track, "Sync," fraught with in-the-pocket rhythm and mounting intensity, you've already discovered your favorite new pair of jeans, or in this case, rock band.