Sean Na Na Dance 'til Your Baby Is A Man

He's young, he's been around, he's hard working and so he's got something going for himself, but what Sean Tillmann really needs is a smack. It's like all the collective annoyingness of Sunny Day Real Estate crammed into a one-boy project, without the saviour of the songs achieving a glorious purpose as SDRE can. In all fairness, he earns recognition for talent and shows signs of promise that with maturity his "intense" singing will be less sucky, but I'm not even curious anymore. Musically, we achieve dumbed down pop with standard instrumentation and a sweetness comparable to aspartame. The attempt is there, for delivery look elsewhere. (Troubleman)