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Customer Reviews

My favorite alblum ever? Yes.

The lead singer of Cuff the Duke, Wayne Petti, lets loose with his solo material. I didn't think it was possible, but this ablum is an even clearer distilation of the alternative / folk sound I love Cuff the Duke for. I bought this CD after seeing C.T.D. at the Sidetrack Cafe in Edmonton. Back then this alblum was still called Untitled, not City Lights Align. But the songs are all the same, the artwork is the same, and it's all fantastic. But this guy is such a good singer / songwriter, I hesitate to lable him, or put him entirely in one genre like alternative / folk. Maybee a more apt desription would be to compare him to Bright Eyes, because they seem to share the same prolific talent for writing good songs.

Beautiful

This album is exactly that. Beautiful.

Amazing

Cant get enough of that cuffy stuff .. (sung to the tune of the Sugar Puffs song). Awesome album

Biography

Born: Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Wayne Petti is the frontman for Canadian alt-country band Cuff the Duke, who have toured as the backing band of fellow Canadian Hayden. The Toronto country-folk singer is also a member of another band called the Hylozoists, who include Paul Aucoin, a former contributor to...
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