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John Mayer - Inside Wants Out - EP

3.75
Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Ep
Release date: 2002-09-17 Year: 2002
Label: Sony Music
Genre: Modern Singer Songwriter
Producer: Glenn Matullo & John Mayer
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The rising star and millennium version of Marc Jordan did release this debut album back in 1999. It?s something between a full album and an Ep with 8 tracks on the list and is definitely worth checking up if you?re into this marvellous guy. We have wrote about his debut album twice(it came out in two versions with the same songs but with different mixes) and is a must if you?re into good rock melodic rock in a singer songwriter tradition. I?m really glad for this guy and the world that he got a second chance with Sony, and I sure that he also is since he now have sold over one million copies of it.

On this cd we are given four songs, which made it to the ?Room for squares? album, but all of them are more acoustic and naked that the ?real? ones. The other four ones though was left aside from the other, but sure doesn?t sound like that. ?Victoria? is a great song and I can?t understand why it didn?t make it to it! The other tree song are also really good, but is more like normal tunes from this melodic monster and overall I can?t say more than I?m impressed. If you have the ?Room?? album, get this one also, if not get the debut first to find out this jazzy pop gem.

Tracklisting 1. Back to You
2. No Such Thing
3. My Stupid Mouth
4. Neon
5. Victoria
6. Love Soon
7. Comfortable
8. Quiet


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