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Watch Me Fall by Jay Reatard

Album

Watch Me Fall

Jay Reatard

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Album

Watch Me Fall

Jay Reatard

Play on Napster
Released:
Label: Matador
Underneath Jay Reatard's punk posturing is an ace arranger. He's got an arsenal that well exceeds three chords, but he's too humble (or just too much of a punk) to flaunt it. Instead, he'll fake you out with hopped-up garage rock rhythms and punkish growls before taking on synth pop, Brit pop and noise pop. He'll pick an acoustic guitar, then retort with a stinging squeal of feedback; he'll get up in your face with scrappy one-liners ("I can't do it anymore!") then retreat back into a cave of paranoid drones ("Nothing Now"). It's a trick that'll have you both relating to him and revering him.

About This Album

Underneath Jay Reatard's punk posturing is an ace arranger. He's got an arsenal that well exceeds three chords, but he's too humble (or just too much of a punk) to flaunt it. Instead, he'll fake you out with hopped-up garage rock rhythms and punkish growls before taking on synth pop, Brit pop and noise pop. He'll pick an acoustic guitar, then retort with a stinging squeal of feedback; he'll get up in your face with scrappy one-liners ("I can't do it anymore!") then retreat back into a cave of paranoid drones ("Nothing Now"). It's a trick that'll have you both relating to him and revering him.

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About This Album

Underneath Jay Reatard's punk posturing is an ace arranger. He's got an arsenal that well exceeds three chords, but he's too humble (or just too much of a punk) to flaunt it. Instead, he'll fake you out with hopped-up garage rock rhythms and punkish growls before taking on synth pop, Brit pop and noise pop. He'll pick an acoustic guitar, then retort with a stinging squeal of feedback; he'll get up in your face with scrappy one-liners ("I can't do it anymore!") then retreat back into a cave of paranoid drones ("Nothing Now"). It's a trick that'll have you both relating to him and revering him.