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  • Audio CD (November 18, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: LoveMower Recordings
  • ASIN: B001LX4IYY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,148,655 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BingoMosquito on December 1, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I seriously can't listen to this album enough times. Each song is exquisitely arranged, and I hear vintage electronic instruments and synthesizers that I haven't heard in non-synth-electro-pop songs in years. Lyrically, each song addresses some aspect about the path to true love, especially the dead ends which make for more interesting songs, anyway.

"Little Games" (track 1) is driven by a cheap synth drum pattern with sounds of old electronic games from the 1980s that turns into a drums and percussion (electronic) tour de force, all while he sings (ironically?) about how he won't get conned into playing "little games" with a lover.

"The Way I Pictured You" (track 2) continues the drum machine sounds balanced with acoustic guitars as Jay sings about how the girl never thought of him as someone with whom she'd fall in love. Then the song tumbles into orchestral chaos with strings and brass all going their separate ways only to eventually come together in harmony.

"Open Sea" (track 3) is the magnum opus metaphor song comparing one man's sea-faring journey seeking a new world to the search for absolute true love without compromises. The 12-minute length goes by so fast, but if you love Brian Wilson's (Beach Boys) orchestral pop style, you will appreciate this track.

"Junior High Slow Song" (track 4) is a kind of meta-parody of all those cheesy 1970s classic rock and 1980s power ballads that were (and probably still are) played at junior high dances. Here, though, the people in the song are miscreants sneaking into a junior high dance only to fall in love while trying to escape the evil vice-principal chasing them. LOTS of fun musical cues and quotes to pick out, if you're familiar with your classic rock.
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By L. Gibbon on December 11, 2008
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This is a terrific new album! The songs are very clever and catchy. You're bound to get "Junior High Slow Song" stuck in your mind (and that's a good thing). The album features a rare mix of funky and groovy pop tunes enhanced at times with lush and inventive orchestrations and a few soaring guitar solos. A little Brian Wilson influence, maybe? I really enjoyed the retro synth sounds on several of the tracks. The album art for this project is great, too (so you might want to buy it on CD)! Either way, Rumoured to Exist is well worth the price of admission. This is one of those rare recordings that only get better the more you listen to it.
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Format: Audio CD
This album is unassuming, but it finds a way to dig into your brain days, weeks, and even months (!)after listening. The songs "Amy Says," "Rumored to Exist," and "Comet" all have very catchy hooks that you will find yourself humming out of the blue. A great talent, who obviously draws on an extensive knowledge of rock music to create something of his very own. I look forward to hearing more from this independent artist!
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