Deadboy and The Elephant Men - If This is Hell Then I'm Lucky
Its darkness makes most songs sound a bit similar, but doesn't take anything away from the compositions.
I'd recommend listening to High Monster last, Barefoot in The Dark first and not listening to Heart of Green at all.
By far the best song of the album, this song is perfect in every way from start to finish. It's the right speed, good melodies, catchy enough and overall a great listen.
Waking Up Insane
A less exciting song, driven almost completely by the vocals. Good, but not among the best.
Song With No Name
This one really brings the album back up to the Strange Television level, with great melodies in both vocals and guitars. It builds up and calms down again only to build up again in the chorus. Brings back a bit of the Acid Bath feel.
Graves Beyond Windows
It doesn't let the album slow down again and keeps the quality with the words dragging on for just long enough to make it sound good.
One of the songs that really make this album shine, it delivers what it promises in the title. Dax really shows his vocal skills and the harmony is done perfectly.
Like The Dead With Laugh
A slow song, probably the darkest, but doesn't let the quality go down. Repeats the name a bit too much though.
Not only it's a song that makes you want to listen more but it also would be a great end to the album. It just feels like it should be the last song.
Heart of Green
This song is boring and slow and shouldn't be here.
Barefoot in The Dark
And this one feels like a first song it would start slow and help the album build up to great songs like Strange Television and Otherworldly Dreamer. Also, it has the name of the album in it, it would make sense.
Again Dax repeats the same thing a bit too much, but still a great song, doesn't feel like an "extra" as the name would suggest.
Aside from the bad choice of order, there isn't a single song in this album that isn't good. Great vocals, great melody, great feel.