Vinyl LP pressing. 2011 sophomore solo album from the New Zealand singer/songwriter (son of Crowded House/Split Enz member Neil). Admitted studio rat and production obsessive Finn labored over every note, effect and knob tweak on FOMO, and it was certainly worth the three year wait. Just as on his auspicious debut, I'll Be Lightning, he delivers an amalgam of dense sonic flourishes and hummable melodies, a dichotomy that has quickly become his hallmark. A tightly coiled 36 minutes of dreamy Pop ('Neurotic World'), visceral, thumping experimental Funk ('The Struggle'), near perfect studies of early '60s Pop classicism ('Cold Feet') and combinations of all three, FOMO is as strong of a second album you are likely to hear this year, or any year.
Vinyl LP pressing. 2011 sophomore solo album from the New Zealand singer/songwriter (son of Crowded House/Split Enz member Neil). Admitted studio rat and production obsessive Finn labored over every note, effect and knob tweak on FOMO, and it was certainly worth the three year wait. Just as on his auspicious debut, I'll Be Lightning, he delivers an amalgam of dense sonic flourishes and hummable melodies, a dichotomy that has quickly become his hallmark. A tightly coiled 36 minutes of dreamy Pop ('Neurotic World'), visceral, thumping experimental Funk ('The Struggle'), near perfect studies of early '60s Pop classicism ('Cold Feet') and combinations of all three, FOMO is as strong of a second album you are likely to hear this year, or any year.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: YEP ROC RECORDS
Catalog: 2240
Rel. Date: 06/21/2011
UPC: 634457224018

Fomo
Artist: Liam Finn
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. 2011 sophomore solo album from the New Zealand singer/songwriter (son of Crowded House/Split Enz member Neil). Admitted studio rat and production obsessive Finn labored over every note, effect and knob tweak on FOMO, and it was certainly worth the three year wait. Just as on his auspicious debut, I'll Be Lightning, he delivers an amalgam of dense sonic flourishes and hummable melodies, a dichotomy that has quickly become his hallmark. A tightly coiled 36 minutes of dreamy Pop ('Neurotic World'), visceral, thumping experimental Funk ('The Struggle'), near perfect studies of early '60s Pop classicism ('Cold Feet') and combinations of all three, FOMO is as strong of a second album you are likely to hear this year, or any year.