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Album Review

Some observers may have thought that the teen pop fad that accompanied the turn of the millennium and included the likes of Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, and *NSync was more about being cute and making the right dance moves than it was about music. But Jordan Witzigreuter, who was heading for middle school at the time, seems to have identified it as a golden age of music and aspired to grow up to be Max Martin, the Swedish songwriter/producer responsible for many of the hits. Witzigreuter hasn't quite grown up yet, but he has come out of his Indiana basement in the person of the one-man band the Ready Set, and I'm Alive, I'm Dreaming is his second album expressing his love affair for late-‘90s and early-‘2000s teen pop. It's just that, in Witzigreuter's hands (and voice), all of the music comes from one person. The Ready Set features bouncy beats and hooks aplenty on every tune, and the vocals are arranged just like those of a boy band, except that all the voices (many employing obvious Auto-Tune effects) are those of Witzigreuter, who possesses a boyish tenor (or is able to replicate one on his computer). So, the voices overlap like an audio hall of mirrors, and the music never stops … until it does, usually abruptly, as if a plug had been pulled. Witzigreuter still doesn't have his craft quite down, but he's certainly on his way, and as Tom Scholz showed when he invented the band Boston in his basement back in the ‘70s, there's gold to be mined in the solitary approach that sounds like a bunch of people playing and singing.

Customer Reviews

Awesome!! Buy This Album!! :D

Finally this album is out! I have been following Jordan from the beginning and his music is the best. I love his light, upbeat music style and he is just the best. I recommend buying this album if you like his other stuff, especially the new versions of Melody's Song and Stays Four the Same. I can't decide if I like the old versions or new versions more! :D

And finally, The Ghost of Los Angeles is out! He usualy just performs it at concerts, but now it is downloadable and buyable form! I recommend it and Spinnin'!

Buy this album and support Jordan! You won't regret it! :D

Great album!

If you like Owl City and Lights you will love this! why isnt he more popular?


The album is pretty good. It's catchy, fun and worth the money. After a while though, the songs start to sound the same. Either way, I'm buying two copies!


Born: 2003 in Fort Wayne, IN

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Starting in 2007, Indiana teenager Jordan Witzigreuter began retreating to his parents' basement to record songs that straddled the border between melodic emo-pop and bubbly electronica. Although he adopted a name for the project -- the Ready Set -- Witzigreuter took a solo approach to the songs, which he recorded and performed entirely by himself. Within two years, he'd landed a contract with Decaydance Records, who paired him up with a number of veteran emo producers (including Zack Odom, Kenneth...
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I'm Alive, I'm Dreaming (Deluxe Version), The Ready Set
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jun 14, 2010

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