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Ben Lee started in a little punk band and morphed over the years into an awesome songwriter. His album "Something to Remember me By" will always have a special place in my heart. Ben Lee tells personal stories in his music that let you into his world and allows you to feel his emotions. He has experimented with many different sounds over the years. From the inexperienced, yet clever "Grandpa Would" to the acoustic guitar in "Something to Remember me by" to the synth-laden silky pop of "Breathing Tornadoes" to the slow, extremely personal sound of "Awake is the New sleep." The last 2 albums, "Ripe" and "The Rebirth of Venus" are the most poppy that he has ever been. They are fantastic albums too. This one seems to have gotten back into the vein of "Awake is the New Sleep." It's not nearly as poppy as the last 2. As with all of his albums, I will probably have to listen to it several times before I really get it. But that is the mark of a great album. It can catch you off guard at first and then grow on you. Most of my favorite albums were that way. I expect to have this album in my car stereo for a long while.
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