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Unexpectedly Good

When I stumble upon an artist who writes, records, and produces all on their own, I know I'm about to be either wildly disappointed or blown away. It seems as there's never a middle ground with these self-run musicians.

Thankfully, Dustin Rapier is the kind that blows you away.

"Songs About No One" is a great collection of mellow, emotional songs. Now, I should point out that mellow though they are, not all are slow. Though Dustin excels at creating heartfelt piano ballads like the moody "Hope & Providence," he also proves himself an able-bodied technician by delivering some very strong music that strays from the piano-and-vocals-only territory he has already mastered.

The album opens with what I consider to be the strongest song in the entire album, "Bones." It accurately sets the tone for the songs that follow, and pulls you into the semi-ambient, rhythmic, thoughtful world of Dustin's music.

With all these piano ballads, it could be easy to sound a bit one-note, but Rapier's sound is varied enough to maintain interest. He also alternates between the ballads and the more upbeat tunes, never bogging you down with more than two ballads in a row.

One of the best aspects to Rapier's music is the lyrical content. Though he may have a buttery, acrobatic voice like so many top 40 artists, he never allows his lyrics to devolve into top 40 material (think, "Baby" sung over and over or as various vocal runs). Every word seems to be chosen carefully, and all the songs have meaning and depth. It's enough to make you doubt the album title.

I recommend snatching up the entire album, but for those of you who prefer to pick and choose your music rather than buy en masse, I recommend the following tracks:

"Bones," "Hope and Providence," "Shades of Grey," "From Miles Away," and "City Limits," though really, I could list the entire album here.

This guy is amazing

If you want to listen to good music, this album is for you! Gorgeous voice and amazing lyrics! Buy immediately!


It is nice to listen to something that has meaning and not repeated lyrics from the radio. This is a must buy for music lovers!

Songs About No One, Dustin Rapier
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Jul 23, 2012

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