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Album Review

Since he was the longtime leader of Toad the West Sprocket, it shouldn't come as a surprise that singer/guitarist Glen Phillips' 2006 solo outing Mr. Lemons doesn't sound too far off from his former band. On his fourth solo release overall, Phillips opted to focus on stripped-down arrangements, perhaps influenced by the way he usually plays live shows — all by himself. Additionally, unusual recording methods were utilized. Instead of following the same method as the majority of modern-day rock artists (laying down the rhythm track first, then overdubbing the rest of the instrumentation), Phillips opted to begin with either solo vocal/guitar, or playing live (including vocals) with a full band. But again, the end result is not that remarkably different than Phillips' output with his former band. And it's certainly not a bad thing, as longtime Toad fans should enjoy the laid-back album opener, "Everything But You," as well as such one-man fare as "Last Sunset," and a barely unrecognizable cover of Huey Lewis & the News' "I Want a New Drug." Toad the Wet Sprocket may be gone, but Phillips keeps the group's "mature alt-pop" flame alive with Mr. Lemons.

Customer Reviews


What an awesome, chill album. Can't stop listening.

Glen the great

Absolute poetry I love this album and the feel of his mood buy this music


Born: December 29, 1970 in Santa Barbara, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Born in Santa Barbara, CA, Glen Phillips served as the frontman and main songwriter for Toad the Wet Sprocket before launching his solo career in 2001. Toad the Wet Sprocket took shape in 1986, when Phillips was only 14 years old, and the band's debut effort, Bread and Circus, earned them a contract with Columbia Records. However, it was the group's third album -- the jangling, orchestral Fear -- that truly broke the group, garnering heavy radio play with the singles "All I Want" and "Walk on the...
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