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Day I Forgot

11 Aug. 2008 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 11 Aug. 2008
  • Release Date: 11 Aug. 2008
  • Label: Columbia
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  • Total Length: 42:29
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  • ASIN: B00ER3LE9W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By N. Gilmartin on 18 Mar. 2005
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This is a good album. If you're a fan of Pete Yorn, then you probably thought that 'Music for the morning after' was unbelievably good; this isn't quite on the same level. But that's not to detract from the album: this is a strong record.
It requires quite a few listens to fully appreciate a lot of the material on here. That said, 'Come Back Home' and 'Crystal Village' are instantly likeable, great intro songs (and his vocal range is more adventurous than usual!). 'Carlos' and Burrito', although not the best rock songs ever written, are nowhere near as poor as some critics have claimed, and the two songs are probably a lot of fun when played to a live crowd. They also add to the variety of moods on the album. Personally, I love 'All at once': it has really powerful emotional content and something very soothing.
So the album is good. There are a variety of styles, but each style is distinctively 'Yornian'. If you like Pete Yorn's first album, you will like this one too.
Long live Pete Yorn!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By W. Mason on 10 Jun. 2003
Format: Audio CD
My guess is a failed Mojo writer. There seems to be a love these days for dull, non singing introspetive (non)tunesmiths such as Ryan Adams etc. The first Pete Yorn album was probabably loved for the same reason (although it did have some decent songs).
On this album he's gone one better & decided to write a bunch of pop tunes, crank up the guitars & cut (most of) the introspection out. The result is 40+ minutes of near perfect power pop (alt grunge) that doesn't outlast it's welcome
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Format: Audio CD
This new one by Pete Yorn is a good album, although something is missing when compared to the first album. The debut stayed in my cd player for months, but this one after a month is getting bit boring. Somehow the songs of the album sound too much alike.
Anyhow if you liked the first, you will be guaranteed to like this one.
This Japanese edition adds 3 bonus tracks: good 2-minute-rocker "Drive Away", average sounding "Seventeen", and a nice cover of Elvis' "Suspicious Minds". I'm glad I got this version cheaper as I would not have payed this much to get these bonus tracks.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ms T Newcomb on 20 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is a stellar album for all you Yorn fans but be sure to give the whole album several plays before making your decision... If you liked the predecessor, musicforthemorningafter, you'll like this one too! It's chalk-full of all of the usual meloncholic rawk songs - filled with love and loss - that have become Yorn's trademark. Just as the album is, the single "Come Back Home" is a grower too -- though it's not exactly up to the calibre of "Just Another". The Day I Forgot is a pretty lame title that leaves him wide open for journalistic attack and while it's not likely to be of the most memorable albums in history - it's not a write-off either. Simple songs with wide appeal.
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