15 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

To hear Jean Leloup on his second album is to witness a free-spirited rocker riffing on the beat of his own drum. The singer/guitarist sounds delightfully manic on the ska-punk romp "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," and the springy rocker "Barcelone" bounces along with carnivalesque glee. But on the head-bobbing title track—a cynical take on lost love and late nights—he sings just above a whisper. The connecting thread is his enthralling whimsy as he takes us to the dark corners of his playfully twisted, infinitely curious mind.

EDITORS’ NOTES

To hear Jean Leloup on his second album is to witness a free-spirited rocker riffing on the beat of his own drum. The singer/guitarist sounds delightfully manic on the ska-punk romp "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," and the springy rocker "Barcelone" bounces along with carnivalesque glee. But on the head-bobbing title track—a cynical take on lost love and late nights—he sings just above a whisper. The connecting thread is his enthralling whimsy as he takes us to the dark corners of his playfully twisted, infinitely curious mind.

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