MP3 Dear John Letters - Rewriting The Wrongs
Komplettes MP3 Album von Dear John Letters
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: "Punchy, melodic, and even gorgeous at times, they write pop songs that stick in your head and warm up your heart."
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"Out of nowhere comes Rewriting The Wrongs, and I think I may have found the best album of 2001."
- Alex Green (https://www.tradebit.com)
"A great full-length from a band that could make a career list out of a struggling major label scout."
- Theodore Defosse (splendid)
"This is very solid indie-pop"
- (CM) Impact Press
"Sublime debut album."
- Joe Ehrbar (Seattle PI)
"Often gentle and wholesome, sometimes acrimonious, Benson's songwriting warmly refers to the Beatles."
- Corianton Hale (The Stranger)
"A pleasing, intelligent collection from a songwriter aiming for both the head and the heart."
- Adam McKibbin (Entertainment Today)
"Somehow they've balanced a contemporary indie aesthetic, an outsider musical genre, and the sounds of one of the most famous musicians of the 20th century into a contemporary album that stands on its own and makes Dear John Letters an act that seems fresh and vital instead of derivative."
- Patrick Schabe (PopMatters)
"It's got the same distant moodiness and melodrama that frames John Lennon's first two solo LP's, scaled down of course to a smaller budgeted, do-it-yourself ethos."
- (The Big Takeover)