Pete Yorn: Day I Forgot -- Music Review
Just 2 years after his amazing debut album, "Musicforthemorningafter", everyone's favorite Jersey-boy, Pete Yorn, has again crafted another album full of great folk-rock gems. This time around Pete's sophomore album, "Day I Forgot", has a sound reminiscent of early Springstein and Led Zeppelin. Gone are most of the ballads that made "Musicforthemoringafter" so popular. Pete has said "You can only make a CD once" and he stuck by his words, as he has more variety in his songs this time around. The true gems on this album are: "Come Back Home", which has a sort of pop-rock sound; "Carlos (Don't Let It Go To Your Head), which could have been ripped straight off a Zeppelin album; "Burrito", another catchy rock song; and the sweet ballad, "Pass Me By".
Make sure you don't pass this album up, because unlike the album's title, you wont be forgetting Pete Yorn any time soon.
"Day I Forgot's" most notable tracks include:
- Come Back Home
- Crystal Village
- Carlos (Don't Let It Go TO Your Head)
- Pass Me By
- All At Once
Lyrics : 9.0
Enjoyability (tilt) : 9.0
We deem this record worthy of a:
*Note: this album has 14 tracks and an extra video of the making of "Day I Forgot" on it
7/7/2003 Addam Gee, Music Contributor