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|1. It's The Nighttime|
|2. Winter In The Hamptons|
|5. Middle School Frown|
|6. My Love Has Gone|
|8. Sad Eyes|
|9. Why Won't You Tell Me What|
No matter what your preferred genre, this is an album for those who love music. I have listened to it over 50 times without it getting old. Enjoy.Published 15 months ago by andrew holland
Nine years after release I'm getting around to writing the review I should've written. This album from track 1 through 10 is a classic. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mitchell Howard
I recently heard Josh Rouse on the radio (non commercial radio station) and consequently bought his latest CD - El Turista. Read morePublished on February 23, 2011 by em
The first Josh Rouse album I ever purchased was Subtitulo as soon as I heard "It Looks Like Love."
Just like the aforementioned album, I heard one song in particular and... Read more
Are you kidding? I have sent both the seller and Amazon notice that I never received this product. My credit card was charged a month ago with over a three week shipping window... Read morePublished on April 16, 2009 by Susan E. Gaspar
Every time you listen there is something new to notice. Rouse takes every song to a higher level. Its pop like the Beatles were pop. Way more than pop. Read morePublished on July 10, 2008 by Richard C. Veith
I'm a big fan of this guy and this is his finest album - a press play classic. It reminds me of an early America album named Hat Trick, chock full of hooks and harmonies and... Read morePublished on December 3, 2006 by W. Morrison
I was apprehensive about buying this at first mostly because I was not all that impressed with Josh Rouse' previous album `1972' (2003). Read morePublished on September 6, 2006 by Nobody
You know what... this guy sounds like Freedy Johnston!
Oh, what the heck. This album rocks. Buy it!