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Album Review

One of the best things Sean Tillmann has been associated with to date, from the album photos to the songwriting to the production. While Sean Na Na's previous record focused mainly on Tillmann with an acoustic guitar and Lucky Jeremy on a keyboard, My Majesty is more of a group execution. While the usual bits of singer/songwriter float around the album, power pop is the order of the day here, informed by such luminaries as the Who ("Grew Into My Body"), Brian Wilson ("Third Life"), and Cheap Trick (almost everything else). Tillmann's songwriting consists primarily of personal narratives, with only a ditty or two set in the second person. "Double Date," with its forlorn fable of our fortunately frustrated narrative, acts as an incredible opener and is perhaps the best track on the album. An interesting conceit of the album is the absence of choruses. While the music allows for them, the lyrics instead opt to cram another verse into the space. All of the songs serve as an outlet for Tillmann to vent even more of his angst, sexual frustration, and overall anger with people. The record features tracks about sluts with VD, beating the bloody tar out of a childhood bully, and finally ending with "I Need a Girl," a lovely tune where Tillmann pontificates in great detail on the many different types of women he requires for "service." The songs here are honest and heartfelt, but also with jaded, cynical, and sarcastic stripes that go straight to the core. Rick Nielsen would be proud.

Customer Reviews

Good Pure Rock with Great Lyrics

This album captures the parts of me that just long for great lyrics and simple fun rock. It's a whole lot of great irony that just makes you smile and laugh. Grew Into My Body totally connects with being the odd man out in life. The trick being that a nerdy, different kind of guy can still triumph and be a champion. Behold Sean in HIS Majesty and enjoy.

My new favorite band

You gotta love Sean and you gotta love this album. I just saw him and his band preform live. It was unbelievable. Buy this album, buy his next album, wear his concert t-shirts! Hell yeah!


Born: 1978 in Marshall, MN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Sean Na-Na was the alias of indie popster Sean Tillmann, previously of noise rock cult favorites Calvin Krime. Born in Marshall, MN, in 1978, Tillmann was still in his teens when he formed Calvin Krime with singer/guitarist Jon Kelson and drummer Jason Ralph, debuting in 1995 with the EP Pretty in Pink; after returning the following year with Kids Incarcerated, the trio signed to Amphetamine Reptile to issue their first full-length effort, 1997's Dress for the Future. In the wake of the 1998 EP 3...
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