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Support This Glorious Music

William is my one of my bestfriends brothers and he is super uber talented with his music. Not one of the songs on this album are irritating or poorly written. Each has its own tune and sensational emotion that is given to the listener. Buy it and support my friend's brother.

Great, But No Comparison

I've always been a fan of Something Corporate and later Jack's Mannequin, and thats the only reason I know about William Tell, from SoCo. Also I heard Andrew had recorded the piano on Will's new record (Fairfax) and I had to download it. Lucky for Will, this is probably the catchiest song on the album and I was hooked. When I bought the album I was somewhat disappointed with the songs, but as I listened more and more, they grew on me, especially Young at Heart, Jeannie and of course Slipping Under and Fairfax. Overall, its a well rounded album, a bit repetetive, but its an easy listen, I definitly suggest it.

A pretty good album

As a former member of Something Corporate, is has to be hard to always be compared to Andrew McMahon. In his own right, this CD is pretty good. It's hard to find an album that you can listen to all the way through, and he has done it. While I can't say there is any material that would be considered "groundbreaking", I would say it is worth a listen. If I had to choose between Jack's Mannequin and William Tell, I would certainly choose Jack's Mannequin. But to be fair, I don't see why you would compare the two for any reason other than they were previously in the same band. So I'll just say give this album a try. Just don't try and draw strings between the two projects. Chances are you won't be disappointed.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Singer/songwriter/guitarist William Tell was born and raised in southern California. His family had an interest in gospel music, and his father, a minister, taught him to play guitar. At college, he studied music business while writing songs and playing guitar. He joined the Orange County alt-rock band Something Corporate in 2001. In October of that year, the group released its debut EP, Audioboxer, on the Drive-Thru label, followed by their major-label debut album, Leaving Through the Window, on...
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