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Pete Yorn

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Pete Yorn has a yearning in his voice that makes everything sound like it’s on the verge of collapsing. In another decade, he might’ve been a country singer, breaking his voice alongside weeping fiddles. In 2010, with the Pixies’ Frank Black producing, it’s guitars: loud, emphatic guitars. They push Yorn’s voice to the edge. “Precious Stone” has a classic rock sound that would’ve been perfect for the days of Zevon and Petty. “Rock Crowd” and the Dinosaur Jr.-like “Velcro Shoes” trend towards novelty. “Paradise Cove I” falls deep into a well of percussion with Yorn sounding like he’s walking into a bad acid trip. “Badman” sounds like Frank Black hooked Yorn up with his backing band, the Catholics. “The Chase” could be a Paul Westerberg tune from one of his rambunctious solo albums. “Always” twists Nirvana with Cracker. “Stronger Than” has that classic Yorn sound with the voice reaching for notes at the hardest end of the scale. The album wraps up with a vaguely country cover of the Flying Burrito Brothers classic, “Wheels.”

Customer Reviews

True to his roots

This is classic Pete Yorn. The man can do no wrong. His music is heart felt and he is as genuine an artist you'll ever find. His music is sincere and not over produced like so many other artists out there these days. Support this man.

Outside the box

I've always been a massive PY fan. This album is pretty different from anything he's done before so go in with an open mind. I'm not entirely sure I like the Paradise Cove "remake" (A.D.D. drums) but any new music from Pete is welcome in my book.


No surprise here. Really great album. Love it from beginning to end.


Born: July 27, 1974 in Montville, NJ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

New Jersey native Pete Yorn took a rather unique route to singer/songwriter acclaim, gaining his first big break by providing the score to a Farrelly Brothers film. Having graduated from Syracuse University several years prior, the 26-year-old pulled up stakes in 2000 and relocated to Los Angeles, CA, where he began writing music for film and television. Prospects increased when Yorn was recruited to score Me, Myself, & Irene, a Farrelly Brothers movie starring Jim Carrey. One of his own pop/rock...
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