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Maine, The / Lovely Little Lonely
Album:Lovely Little Lonely Collection:General
Artist:Maine, The Added:04/2017
Label:8123 

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Add Date:2017-04-27 Pull Date:2017-06-29 
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Album Review
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Reviewed 2017-04-26 
Five best friends from Phoenix, AZ make heart-on-sleeve pop rock that’s equal parts Third Eye Blind and Ryan Adams. At their recent SF show frontman John Cornelius O’Callaghan V brought a local dad onstage to sing along to a song called “Girls Do What They Want”. Driving drum sequences, riffs, and John’s raspy Arizonian drawl define this windows-down masterpiece in friendship and nostalgia. Love!

Related: Third Eye Blind, Ryan Adams, The Replacements, @johnmaine

1. (3:13) Don’t Come Down—Cheerful, dynamic. Nice breather towards the end.
2. (3:10) **** Bad Behavior—Total jam! Bright chord progressions, punchy vox, so terribly catchy.
3. (0:34) Lovely—Instrumental interlude. Synths, soft percussion, wordless vox.
4. (3:23) **** Black Butterflies and Déjà Vu—Driving, relentless, beautiful.
5. (3:07) **** Taxi—More subdued, acoustic. Builds into a gorgeous slow jam.
6. (3:02) *** Do You Remember? (The Other Half of 23)—Serious Third Eye Blind inspiration here. Incredibly driving and infectious. Huge sound.
7. (1:13) ** Little—Dreamy nostalgic interlude. Clouded vox and acoustic guitars lead into the next track (play together).
8. (3:30) **** The Sound of Reverie—Best track! Impassioned vocal delivery, chillingly-good 90s-inspired chorus.
9. (1:40) Lost in Nostalgia—Meditative bass-driven track. Dreamy keys, hazy vox.
10. (4:33) *** I Only Wanna Talk to You—Tribute to the more emo side of Third Eye Blind/Replacements. Solemn acoustic guitars, vox, very earnest.
11. (2:32) Lonely—Moody, weightless interlude.
12. (4:22) *** How Do You Feel?—Strong drum intro, great vocal delivery. Slowly pounding drums/bass close things out.

Track Listing
1.Don't Come Down 7.Little
2.Bad Behavior 8.The Sound Of Reverie
3.Lovely 9.Lost In Nostalgia
4.Black Butterflies And Déjà Vu 10.I Only Wanna Talk To You
5.Taxi 11.Lonely
6.Do You Remember? (The Other Half Of 23) 12.How Do You Feel?