12 Songs, 47 Minutes

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3:35
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3:12

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5

15 Ratings

15 Ratings

5 years was worth the wait!

Peterville,

I loved it! Catchy melodies, skilled vocals and instrumentation. I especially love the guitar on "You Can't Get it Back" and vocal work on "Coastline". An excellent live act if you ever get the chance!

Something new :)

YOur1 fan!!!!,

I think this composer is great and its something new! I actually hope they will play this artisit on our local radio station.Every time I turn on my ipod I always listen to "How we exit" I think its amazing and also very inspiring, I also got all my friends into listening to it and they all love it. I would also love to see you live somtime. -Youngest fan Joe

Kicks Bums Everywhere

par1566,

Go Gentleman Reg, Go! This guy is F#CK%NG fantastic! Beautiful music and voice. I hope great things happen to this Canadian composer of outstanding merit.

About Gentleman Reg

Born in Trenton, Ontario, and raised in nearby Guelph, the quirky singer/songwriter Reg Vermue moved to Toronto during his twenties to pursue music. He involved himself with Canadian collectives like Broken Social Scene and Hidden Cameras, the latter of which allowed him to openly express his own gay politics, but ultimately turned the most heads as a solo artist. Recording under the name Gentleman Reg with a crack team of studio musicians (including the Unicorns' Jaime Thompson and future Arcade Fire bassist Tim Kingsbury), he debuted in 2000 with The Theoretical Girl. Make Me Pretty and Darby & Joan followed, as did an appearance in the 2006 film Shortbus. Gentleman Reg then inked a contract with Arts & Crafts in 2008, issued the Little Buildings EP in November, and readied the release of another full-length record. Recorded in Ottawa and issued in February 2009, Jet Black marked Gentleman Reg's first release for the label. ~ Andrew Leahey

  • ORIGIN
    Trenton, Ontario, Canada

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