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Poor, ok, good, brilliant

Poor, ok, good, brilliant. That's my opinion after each listen. It's a grower. Why leave off The Ballad of Elton John though? Brilliant track that

Great followup

Nice album, and a great evolution of his unique sound. Will obviously meet with unfair Beck comparisons in much the same way as every review of his debut compared it to Dylan. Not every song hits the mark, but are all interesting and worth a listen.

Rough Diamond

Although not as strong as his debut, this album is not without its merits. As usual, his lyrics are keen, if some what cynical observations, of modern life. At times though, it is difficult to hear the lyrics. Much of the recording has been done at home with tweeks done here and there in the studio. The overall effect is a rough and ready sound and is not always successful. However, where it does work, it is original (The TwentySomething), fitting (Old Domestic Cat), and beautiful (Serotonin). It is one of those albums that need repeated listens, and on each play you should find yourself enjoying it more on more.

Biography

Born: Cork, Ireland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The story of lo-fi beatmaker and producer Simple Kid begins with Ciaran McFeely, a young man born and raised in Cork, Ireland. Growing up, he was influenced by British rockers like Led Zeppelin, the Who, and most notably T. Rex, which inspired him to join a group of his friends and form a rock band of his own. They became the Young Offenders, a neo-glam outfit that had one hit single in the U.K. and appeared on TFI Friday, Britain's answer to MTV's TRL. Subsequent attempts to recreate their success...
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