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Album Review

It takes a certain skill to write a good pop album, and on this sophomore effort, David Poe turns in a good, if not great, effort. With plenty of pleasingly psychedelic touches to color the tunes, he can go from the wistful ("Love Won't Last the Afternoon") to the headstrong ("Ringer") and still manage to cover much of the ground in between. It's only when he attempts a Sinatra-type croon on "You're the Bomb" that he comes a cropper — he simply doesn't have the subtlety of vocal chops to carry off what he attempts, even as gentle parody. Mostly, though, it's Neil Finn who Poe brings to mind on this album; perhaps a slightly unfortunate comparison, because Poe lacks a completely unique voice, and the killer writing instincts for a tune and hook aren't as finely developed as in his inspiration. Nonetheless, it's solid, workmanlike, and completely enjoyable.

Customer Reviews

Still holds up

Have to agree with the first reviewer. The iTunes 'review' doesn't do this album justice. Picked it up the year it came out and loved it. Now, I pull it out every few months to revisit and still enjoy the album as much as the first time around. Great songs, great songwriting, great atmosphere.

Glad I found this

Stumbled upon this and all I can say it thank god. How would someone find music like this without iTunes to browse?

Amazing vocals mixed with great music

This is one of the top songwriters of this decade. Each song had it's own personality, with a different theme that doesn't get old. Truly a classic album. Can't find a single bad track on this album

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