Puller is the combined efforts of vocalist and guitarist Michael Lewis and drummer Geoff Riley. Musically, What's Mine at Twilight has a few noteworthy spots. The drum groove on "Man on the Moon" is interesting. The vocal harmonies on "First to Have" and "Give Me a Ride" are tight and palatable. "Good Song" proves to be a modern rock pleaser. Driving guitars push the chorus into overdrive while standard "boy meets girl" lyrics abound. The biggest problem facing the band is the lack of hooky, memorable melodies. The release has a sameness about it without offering any cuts that really stand out on their own. Puller doesn't seem to have the emotional potency as they did on their first release, Closer Then You Think. Without the same intensity, What's Mine at Twilight never seems to get off the ground.
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AllMusic Review by Steve Losey