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:( very disappointed

as a long time fan this album makes me sad. it sounds horrible with Pernice being off pitch in some of the songs. if that weren't enough to give this album a one star rating the fact that it's so different is. this doesn't sound like a Pernice album it sounds like a joke.

Excellent album

I've long since been a fan of the Pernice Brothers, and for that matter, Joe (a hugely under-rated and uncer-appreciated songwriter). While this album is better than "Live a Little", it's not quite as great as "Discover a Lovelier You" or "The World Won't End". Some highlights are 'Something for You', 'F*cking & Flowers', 'The Great Depression', and 'Loving Kind'. The presence of the great drummer, Ric Menck, gives this album an extra star. Joe & Co. are so much better than all that cookie cutter crap that's out there today. A lot of these "indie rock/pop" musicians could learn a thing or two from Joe Pernice.

Not terrible, but an odd turn...

My first reaction was, "Who's singing on this record?" On closer inspection, I realize it is in fact Joe Pernice, but his voice seems to have lost the old magic. Having seen him strain (at a few live shows) to maintain the breathiness of the former voice, I can't help but think this new version might be closer to the "real" Joe Pernice. If so, I'm glad he's found himself, but I unfortunately (?) grew fond of the earlier sound and am not so hot on this new version. The music, which to me was always carried by his voice, now seems a bit lifeless as well ("resignation" seems most appropriate)... thanks for all that came before, anyway.

Goodbye, Killer, Pernice Brothers
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