Music: Visit, Feels so Good These songs should have been pushed hard by the band, with music videos and everything. Visit has that big, soaring, adventurous vibe that they have rarely been able to match through out their career. Feels so Good is just fucking fun and full of energy and could have given the band a lot of exposure with a music video. Grassroots: Grassroots Grassroots is the band in full swagger mode. That little drumming intro by Chad is a massive dick swing and then the heavy groove the song settles into is unlike anything on the radio at the time. They could have had an interesting music video to go along with it. Blue: Nailed it Transistor: Almost nailed it. Borders! Borders sounds like it could have been on the Blue album. It's punchy rap/rock, even though it's darker. That's what their audience was expecting as a follow up to the Blue album. I think they chose great singles for Transistor, but I also think it would have been wise to make Borders a single as well. Soundsystem: Nailed it From Chaos: Almost nailed it. Sick Tight! It's relentless, and it kills live. Imagine the video they could have made. This song could have reminded the world of the type of energy they bring. Evolver: Add Reconsider Everything, drop Beyond the Grey Sky Beyond the Grey Sky is a deep cut. But Reconsider Everything is really fun to sing along to, and the swirling guitar is badass. DTOM: Nailed it? ...I guess. Uplifter: Never Ending Summer That's the only song that could have been effective. Universal Pulse: Sunset in July and Wild Nights. But SA's stop-action video for Wild Nights is nauseating. They could have hired a professional crew, I guess. But nothing could save them at this point because the production was so weak. Stereolithic: Ebb and Flow, Make it Rough, Simple True, First Dimension They had plenty to choose from, I'm fucking bewildered by their lack of shit giving. Mosaic: Too Late, Hey Yo, Perfect Mistake, Wildfire, Days of 88 Again, lots to choose from. Could have done something here. Voyager: Rolling Through, Born to Live That's about it, I guess.