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Love Revolution? Maybe. Sound revolution? Hardly.
on 3 April 2008
Anyone who is into Lenny will definitely love this album. It's nothing new style wise - same old stripped down beats and paper thin vocals set against a funky sixties analogue production, but the songs are all good and the album hangs together really well as a whole, being eminently listenable from start to finish.
There are some definite nods to Prince from time to time (never a bad thing) with stand out tracks being the ultra-funky "Love Love Love" and the psychedelic Beatlesy "Good Morning". The album has enough interesting moments and catchy hooks to inhabit that perfect middle ground as an album, being not so immediate as to be forgettable and not so indulgent as to be inaccessible.
It will no doubt be a grower as an album, standing up to repeated listens, and in this double pack format with what is almost a "Best of LK" dvd, it's well worth the investment (although the interview sections on the dvd are too brief to be very interesting or incisive).
I'd definitely say that this is worth investing in. Lenny still rocks! :-)