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Taking the crazed, vengeful, angsty geek persona to the max, California's Martin Luther Lennon has truly created an excellent pop curiosity with Escape to Paradox Island. The disc's ten tracks are divided up pretty evenly between punk-influenced fuzzed-out rockers and ballads, and there isn't a bad track here. The opening "Only Love" sounds a bit like the Supernaturals, and the buzzing "Go, She Said" is an unforgettable workout in slightly tongue-in-cheek, catchy pop. Escape to Paradox Island is an album that could be found enjoyable both by fans of Cheap Trick and They Might Be Giants because of the mixture of razor-sharp hooks and quirky songcraft.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Martin Luther Lennon (MLL) is the stage name of Los Angeles-based power pop singer/songwriter Tony Perkins. (He obviously couldn't use his real name without getting confused with the guy who played Norman Bates, so he took his stage handle from an interview with Paul McCartney where the ex-Beatle decried John Lennon's near-canonization after his murder; neither McCartney nor Perkins mean for the name to be insulting.) Born in the San Fernando Valley, Perkins adopted the moniker in the late '80s,...
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