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Simon Love – It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time (2015)

20-09-2015, 19:51
Music | Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

Simon Love – It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time (2015)

Artist: Simon Love
Title Of Album: It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Fortuna Pop UK
Genre: Pop Rock, Indie
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 43:14 Min
Total Size: 105 Mb | 303 Mb


01. **** (Is A Dirty Word) (2:14)
02. The New Adam And Eve (2:41)
03. Dear Boy (2:21)
04. My Dick (3:01)
05. Motherfuckers (4:13)
06. Wowie Zowie (5:02)
07. Sweetheart, You Should Probably Go To Sleep (2:33)
08. Don't Get The Gurl No More (4:37)
09. The Meaning Of Love (featuring Stewart Lee) (4:07)
10. You Kiss Your Mother With That Mouth? (2:43)
11. Elton John (4:25)
12. It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time (5:17)

Simon Love – ex-lead singer of The Loves – returns from the wilderness with a confounding solo debut. The graceful production shows just how well honed his aesthetic has become over the years. Brimming with nostalgia and indebted to mid-Sixties pop, Love’s music perfectly reflecting the influence of The Kinks, The Small Faces and Lennon/McCartney post-Beatles. Sadly, he undercuts his own fine tunes with lyrical transgressions, which attempt shrewdness, but seem closer to the scribblings of a sniggering schoolboy.

“Love is a two-balled crack-whored ass-bumming cock-sucking mother-fucking dirty word,” he sings on opener ‘**** (Is A Dirty Word)’. Love’s desire to jolt the listener with piquant lyricism should shock, but really it’s all rather boring. And it yanks down an album that could soar. Whether he’s singing about castration (‘My Dick’) or people who beat you down (‘Motherfuckers’), Love strives for wit but constantly falls wide of the mark. The ill refined lyricism terminally undermining his natural talent for grandiose pop.

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