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Bachelor No. 2

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    helps us get through

    i'm going through hi school, which as everyone says is a hard time in different ways for each person. but aimee's album, both melancholy and uplifiting, one can use to control a mood, surprise, awaken. not only are the lyrics original and catchy, the arrangements are her most creative. this album inspires me to write songs quickly. to try to make up the day-changing tunes like those that she leaves behind.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    songs for the everyman

    mann has proven once again that she has the special talent of writing songs that are specific only to the human condition-something we all have in commmon. her stories, cleverly disguised with a fantastic vocabulary, rhymes and catchy melodies often leave the listener sure that she is singing about him or her. Combine this effect of universality with the layeredness of the melodies and vocals and you have an album to listen to again and again

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A banner year for Aimee fans!

    The Magnolia soundtrack was typically dark, rich and thought-provoking. To have an even better bunch of typical finely-crafted pop magic from Aimee in the same year is as much as I can handle. Well worth the 5 year wait since ''I'm with Stupid'', ''Bachelor'' is her best effort to date. Aimee Mann is, indeed, a national treasure--a SONGWRITER, arranger, and performer on a par with Elvis Costello. Buy it.

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