If this album were a pet in a shop, it would be a lively puppy who desperately wanted to please. It would be the one who jumps right up against the glass, begging you to take it home.
I bought this album because it was on a listening post at Hoodlum's and was constantly begging for me to buy it. It's a synth rock album, and an amiable enough one. The only real problem with The Reunion Show is that by the end of the album, the songs really start blurring together and the pop punk tendencies start to overshadow the synth rock vibe. I generally like this album, but find it a little too eager to please and lacking a little in the substance department.