Smooth, fresh, hypnotic, expertly written, arranged and produced, DAY 26 is like a breath of fresh air that arrived from nowhere. Every single on the soundtrack is a radio hit maker, soild and easy to listen to over and over again from I’m the Reason and Got Me Goin to In My Bed, Silly Love and Come With Me. Co Star is resoundingly a bonafide hit and Come In My Door’s Open is a love ballad you’ll be playing over and over again in your cd player if you haven’t thrown it away yet to just download songs. DAY 26 brings the return of buying artist cd’s back with the help of the group’s appearance on Making the Band hosted by Sean Combs. It is obvious that the show may have lent to the artist’s immediate attraction, but even so, the band members all have unique sound vocals that blend and harmanize with more depth than Take Four and even R& B crooner and Soul Balladeer groups like Jodeci whom the groups is heavily favored by, but make no mistake about it, DAY 26 has its own sound and don’t even borrow any vocal arrangements from Jodeci at all. They just give you straight harmony without any carrying on or hype and perhaps why the group may go mainstream. More hits you’ll hear delightfully creep up with spins on the radio are Can’t Fight the Feeling, Since You’ve Been Gone and if It Wasn’t For You. The ladies will enjoy What It Feels Like and Are We In This Together. What I particularly liked is that the boys can sing in DAY 26, every one of them. There are no fakes or sitting ducks in this group. They also, have great style and presence. The boy band group is back in 2008 and made in heaven because to match these band members like this is once in a lifetime.
*****5 Stars Disilgold Soul Magazine Review