2003 sophomore release for Columbia finds Pete Yorn once again his own musical architect, writing all of the songs, playing many of the instruments & co-producing with R. Walt Vincent & Scott Litt. Features 19 tracks including 3 bonus tracks, 'Drive Away', '17' & 'Suspicious Minds' (Elvis cover), plus enhanced material featuring 2 tracks, 'Come Back Home' (Video) & 'Making of The Day I Forgot' (Video Footage).
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(joeyanna) from PEORIA, AZ
Reviewed on 8/22/2010...
Pete Yorn - one of the original Emo artists. He has a great voice, it kind of reminds me of a refined Dinosaur Jr. If you like folk/guitar and a light sound that isn't going to make you want to cry, give Pete Yorn a chance. Start with this album.
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B. Maietta | 05/21/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Regardless of what others think, "Day I forgot" by Pete Yorn is a phenominal album. The music, soul, heart and lyrics are very powerful. If you want real music, here it is. Buy the album, you won't regret it."