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Marci Geller’s latest release “Box of Truth” offers a delicious variety of pop tongue-in-cheek ditties coupled with her usual exploration of pain and joy. “Me Versus the Pill” starts off the CD with a bold question; “Why are we as a society taking a pill for everything?” It floats with ease into the hypnotic, rock inflected “Suicide” which showcases Geller’s vocal strengths as well confronting a friend who gave up on themself.
“Day I Disappeared,” a rock/folk number reveals some dark secrets and unveils how the protagonist “disappears” when she loses herself in a traumatic episode. The haunting “Home” takes the listener through the journey of those middle of the night phone calls that always bare foreboding news. The remainder of the CD invites the listener into Geller’s world which triumphantly rises above taking itself too seriously. With a bombastic and joyous chorus of “la, la’s” at the end of “OK”, a celebration of love in “That’s Good” rounded out by mystery and intrigue in “My Last Mistake,” “Secret She Keeps” and “Truth About Lies, Geller has hones her writing skills to recount a dynamic story.