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On the cool, infectious "Life on a Chain", Yorn's relaxed crooning evokes the spirit of Bruce Cockburn, while "Simonize", ostensibly a love song penned by Jack the Ripper, calls to mind Big Star-period Alex Chilton. Rhythmically, the part-time drummer and multi-instrumentalist (he scored the Farrelly brother's movie Me, Myself and Irene and plays most of the instruments here himself) leans toward the drone lilt of early New Order and Joy Division, resulting in a smooth fusion of American and Anglo influences that make Yorn a new artist well worth watching. --Bill Forman
Undiscovered talent in the UK..God knows why as hes very goodPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
There was such a buzz about Pete Yorn a few years back,(Reviews in Vogue background music in American Drama's) I thought by now he would be a household name, but it's a fickle... Read morePublished on 13 April 2007 by A. J. brown
Pete yorn is a musical and lyrical genius, this album has great songs from start to finish and i cant fault it in any way. Read morePublished on 4 Nov. 2004 by "djrealm"
This is a really nice album. More than anything it sounds like Eddie Vedder going solo and doing a load of the more ballad sounding Pearl Jam stuff. And that's okay by me.Published on 3 May 2002 by J. Tuffin