Good Times/ Bad Times
At this point Mindrite has to do very well to out-do themselves with a catalogue of over 100 songs and with this new album, Good Times/Bad Times, they have succeeded. This is easily the best work Mindrite has put out with overall more aggressive and mature production. The theme of the album is more personal and human than previous albums documenting the Good Times and the Bad Times of the bands career and lives. There is a song on this album for everyone. The opening track 'Consider it Done' is a soundtrack to the bands own determination. The second track 'Number One' was written as an anthem for the MMA organization Midwest Cage Championship. There are songs for break ups, make ups and women that like to get lose on the weekends in 'Drug Abuse'. For the money Mindrite will give you MORE than you pay for every time. Don't miss your chance to get on this group's bandwagon now, they are on the come up.