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Singing in a vocal style similar to the intense angst-ridden verve of Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder, New Jersey singer-songwriter Pete Yorn brings an epic-like quality to everything he sings. With three major league producers (Andy Wallace, Brad Wood and Scott Litt) turning various knobs, Yorn enjoys a sonically enhanced playground where the guitars and keyboards turn into walls of impenetrable sound. “Come Back Home” and “Pass Me By” are overwhelming in their U2-like fortresses of sound, while “Crystal Village” follows with a shimmering grind that reveals Yorn’s downplayed Britpop side. Mostly, he focuses on an Americana-based classic rock that somehow manages to avoid the alt-country genre his voice suggests he might discover should his music every get as whispery as his sedated vocal delivery. Instead, the arrangements remain rock-centric with everything from boogie riffs — “Carlos (Don’t Let It Go To Your Head)” — to general goofiness (“Burrito”) adding to the mix. “Committed” is unnervingly close to a Vedder-like emotional quake, while “Long Way Down” makes use of a soothing, summery melodic glide.

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It's YORN!!!!

Man I can't believe this album has not been reviewed!!! WTF? This is a CLASSIC, not a classic Yorn but a ROCK CLASSIC. I defy you to find fault in this album. Thing is...the 46 second intro is better than most other artists' swan song. Although I do love every song on this...Crystal Village and Committed are the two on here for me that are required for beginners. Thank you Pete is all I can say. Give the man the respect he deserves, download this classic, I'm sorry...I meant essential....and give it a high review.

Long Live Yorn

This is his best album by a mile! The best tracks are "Come Back Home," "Crystal Village," "Pass Me By," "Man In Uniform," and "All At Once." He is the greatest songwriter since Kurt Cobain and has not been given the credit he deserves. This album just gets better over time and is even better than his classic debut Musicforthemorningafter.

An Amazing Artist

Pete Yorn is one of the Best Artist in our Era because his music is unique, smooth and warm. Once you purchase this album, you'll know what I mean.

Biography

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, California, 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...
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