- Summary: This self-released effort for the Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter (and former Til Tuesday frontwoman) is her first release since the twin 2000 critical successes of 'Bachelor No. 2' and the soundtrack to "Magnolia."
- Record Label: Superego
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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Positive: 21 out of 21
Mixed: 0 out of 21
Negative: 0 out of 21
JButlerSep 2, 2002the theme of dissecting the past lamentations of surburbia, after the fifities is being ignored as a subtext in this CD. The illustrations which come with the CD are worth the price alone...as usual the songs are genius.… Expand
SteveW.Aug 22, 2002Sensually-textured sounds create a moody ambiance that alternatively soars and dips low over a river in turmoil seeking its prey.
AllanFFeb 22, 2006This is honestly one of the only albums I'd ever rent a 10. The emotion she puts into this album is amazing. It's a dark, sad and bleak look into depression and addiction, but during the whole way you feel like she's right there next to you, and making something beautiful out of it.… Expand
RobertS.Sep 10, 2002Fantastic in its songwriting, wonderful in its musical direction, and with that beyond beautiful voice, should be rated # 1 everywhere.
francinesOct 27, 2004I think this cd is beautiful. With thought provoking lyrics and meleodies that melt your soul. The combination is just amazing.
ElizabethDJan 25, 2005I think this album is probably the best album I've ever heard. Aimee Mann is my favorite singer/songwriter for a reason, and that is that she is able to write beautiful, thought-provoking songs, with great lyrics and a melodic line. In my opinion she is a true musical genius.… Expand
levvyJul 8, 2005Good album but it's no Bachelor No. 2.
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