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a classic

This is the most criminally unheard pop record ever, and (gosh) 17 years after its release, I still play it frequently. One of my all time favorite CD's, this has it all for the fan of crunchy, guitar driven power pop, with melodies that are instantly catchy. This disc just grabs you infectiously. There is not a bad track, but the best are 1-3, 5-10, with "Elizabeth Einstein" being a track Paul McCartney wishes he could have written. The arrangement and production are stellar. As I'm sure Adam is sick of hearing, the only shame is that he has not put out more records. This was his best, but his others are certainly worth it as well.


I think this album is good and I think Adam is nice. Well, nice is not exactly what you want to hear as a rock singer but he is nice. Anyway, good work Adam!


Genre: Alternative

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

Singer/songwriter Adam Schmitt first won acclaim in the early '90s when his 1991 debut album, World So Bright, and 1993 follow-up, Illiterature, had critics hailing him as a young pop genius. However, when his label Reprise didn't want to release a third album from him, Schmitt decided to record other artists instead, engineering, producing, and mastering music for Tommy Keene, Hum, Beezus, Robynn Ragland, and others in his home studio. By 1998, Schmitt was ready to concentrate on his own music again,...
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