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Album Review

Landon Pigg looks about 16 on the cover of his debut LP. He's really older (23) but his music sounds informed by teenage passion and concerns as well as being built for teens who might be interested in the heavy, introspective sounds of Coldplay or Keane but would rather have it delivered by a dude who looks like Ashton Kutcher's little bro. OK, that may be a bit harsh. True, though. Pigg spends most of LP spilling his guts wittily about love lost and love found, feeling detached and weird, being confused, and how people can be a real drag. He does it in a perfectly pleasant voice, intimate and passionate, while being backed and produced by pros who know how to make mainstream teen rock records (most notably Avril producer Clif Magness). They layer big chunks of rock guitar over sweeping keyboards and big loud drums (manned by heavy-hitters Joey Waronker and Matt Chamberlain, among others) and come up with a completely average sound — which is a drag because Pigg probably deserved a bit better. Certainly his songs would have been better served by more dynamic and original production (and someone to tell him to cut back on the use of the little falsetto leap he runs into the ground quite quickly). That said, there are some standout tracks that hook on despite the sonic limitations, good pop/rock tunes like "Eggshells," "Trickery," the lovely "Perfectionist," and "Magnetism." Almost as importantly, there are no duds to be found. In short, Pigg has talent, LP is a good record with good songs, and above all, the kid shows promise. Given a little luck and some good choices, he could really do something cool someday. Consider this a foot in the door, a nice little calling card that can be reissued in a deluxe package ten years down the road.

Customer Reviews

incredible.

if he were any more amazing i wouldn't believe him to be real! this album chaged the way i look at life and interperet music.

hum5didy

Holy Cats Landon Pigg has skill. This cd is really good, but i have to say that the coffee shop-EP is my all time favorite. The uniqueness of that cd is what made me like his music and I just wish he had more music like that cd. This is still really good dont get me wrong

Very Soulful, Simply Awesome !

OMG ! Tonight I saw an AT&T commercial, loved the song, and plugged the lyrics I could remember into Google. It was "...Coffee Shop", as I'm sure you've guessed. Looked up the artists name in the iTunes Store, found the song, found this album, previewed every song on this album, bought the album, and am loving every song. To M of M&C: That's a very sweet message you wrote. It really warmed my heart. I hope that C saw it, and I hope that whatever wish you made in your heart as you sent it came true.

Biography

Born: August 6, 1983 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Indie pop/rocker Landon Pigg received his informal musical education via his father's record collection. His first CD ever owned was by popular novelty artist Ray Stevens. Born in Nashville on August 6, 1983, Pigg was the son of a studio musician father and a mother who was fond of poetry. The family moved to Chicago briefly when Pigg was a child, though he returned to Nashville as a teenager. Soon, Pigg started to delve deeper into music, discovering the artists who eventually inspired his own music....
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