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Como te Llama by Albert Hammond Jr.

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Como te Llama

Albert Hammond Jr.

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Album

Como te Llama

Albert Hammond Jr.

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Label: Black Seal
Hammond's pair of solo LPs -- both of which have been issued since the last Strokes effort -- are amiable affairs that draw from a wider pool of influences than his band does. Although this is a bit rougher around the edges than Yours To Keep, the guest rosters lend both the feel of easygoing collaborative sessions. He even explores a bit of reggae on "Borrowed Time." Of course, the scruffy power pop tunes are the most lived-in, with songs like "GfC" and "In My Room" employing his sandpaper vocals in homage to his two biggest idols, Bowie and (solo) Lennon.

About This Album

Hammond's pair of solo LPs -- both of which have been issued since the last Strokes effort -- are amiable affairs that draw from a wider pool of influences than his band does. Although this is a bit rougher around the edges than Yours To Keep, the guest rosters lend both the feel of easygoing collaborative sessions. He even explores a bit of reggae on "Borrowed Time." Of course, the scruffy power pop tunes are the most lived-in, with songs like "GfC" and "In My Room" employing his sandpaper vocals in homage to his two biggest idols, Bowie and (solo) Lennon.

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About This Album

Hammond's pair of solo LPs -- both of which have been issued since the last Strokes effort -- are amiable affairs that draw from a wider pool of influences than his band does. Although this is a bit rougher around the edges than Yours To Keep, the guest rosters lend both the feel of easygoing collaborative sessions. He even explores a bit of reggae on "Borrowed Time." Of course, the scruffy power pop tunes are the most lived-in, with songs like "GfC" and "In My Room" employing his sandpaper vocals in homage to his two biggest idols, Bowie and (solo) Lennon.