Erin O'Donnell No Place So Far -- Ms. O'Donnell fails to break new ground on No Place So Far, yet it's still very refreshing to hear her angelic voice. The writing on this album has shallowed a bit leaving very little to the listener's imagination. Songs like Only You and Damaged Goods have cliche lyrics. On past albums her depth with faith was much more evidient. This album doesn't go anywhere. Production and instrumentation are quite predictable. Although the songs included are well-constructed, I would have loved to have seen Erin mature with this junior effort.

In a Phrase: Predictability isn't necessarily bad ... just boring.

Grade: B-

Review By Matthew Turner