Ty Tabor's latest solo album, Safety, was written and recorded over a three-year period. The ten songs chronicle his journey through the end of a "busted marriage." Aside from Jerry Gaskill on drums for most of the tracks and Christian Nesmith providing a few backing vocals, Tabor plays and sings (and produces and mixes and masters) everything on the album. While the material from King's X (Ty's main band) is usually harder and more progressive, Ty's solo music is full of easily palatable pop-rock with catchy melodies and copious amounts of Beatle-derived vocal harmonies. The opening track, "Tulip" is example one with an upbeat acoustic-electric song that bears a strong George Harrison influence. The title track mixes acoustic Zeppelin with Crosby, Stills & Nash vocal harmonies to create a rollicking good tune where Tabor finds some peace during his marital discord. Here Tabor shows he can be at his best when collaborating with others. There are some incredible melodies and vocal harmonies within. And, while the subject content is raw and honest, one would be hard pressed not to find songs which speak to the wounded soul. The 2022 Brutal Planet Records remaster is packaged in jewel case, a 12-page booklet, and the coveted Brutal Planet GoldMax treatment that collector's crave for their treasured albums. Oh, and every CD contains a limited edition gold-foil-stamped Collector card!