Eugene Mcguinness

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  • Summary: This is the debut full-length album for the singer-songwriter from England.
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 10
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  1. Eugene McGuinness has created the perfect musical definition of a grower as opposed to a shower, a subtle nudge instead of a smack in the face, and the album's all the better for it.
  2. What was once pin drop quiet is now grand; one soon adjusts however as the key to all of the songs here is the inner shell, not the protective exterior.
  3. Singular pop craftsmen (and women) who can successfully tow the line between commercially viable and artistically sovereign are few and far between in the 21st century, which makes the arrival of Eugene McGuinness a true cause for celebration.
  4. Under The Radar
    The 23-year-old daydreamer's spry aplomb pays dividends. [Summer 2009, p.68]
  5. What the 22-year-old does with his whimsical art rock influences is less predictable; the arrangements take the songs in odd directions, piquing interest even when the genre experiments drag.
  6. 60
    It's wittier than it is moving or insightful, but give McGuinness time.
  7. Let's chalk it up to growing pains and watch how early learnings further develop into an adult style.

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