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Road Star Doolittle

William Hut

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Album Review

As a kind of Scandinavian Coldplay, Norway's Poor Rich Ones specialized in ethereal moments of transcendent pop. For his solo debut, Poor Rich Ones singer/guitarist William Hut takes a more low-key approach. The Thom Yorke-like wailing is here more akin to the hermetic grumblings of Michael Stipe. In fact, musically, Road Star Doolittle would make a good companion piece to any latter-day, post-Bill Berry R.E.M. album. That said, this is a highly diverse, if somber, collection. From the rugged folk chant of "Doolittle" to the nylon-string acoustic guitar flourish of "A Better View" and the layered, almost new waveish keyboard squiggles of "The Great Gospel," there's much to love on Road Star Doolittle.

Biography

Genre: Pop

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Recording artist William Hut was first introduced to global audiences via his work as a frontman for Norwegian pop/rock band Poor Rich Ones. Formed in 1994, PRO were active from their debut record, Naivety's Star in 1996, to their last release, Joe Maynard's Favourites in 2003. Over his years with the band, Hut won a Norwegian Grammy Award and earned an enormous loyal fan base. Hut's solo debut, Road Star Doolittle, was released in the U.S. in 2003, welcomed warmly by stateside rock critics and named...
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