“MR. A-Z” (out July 26) is Jason Mraz's pseudo-self-titled second album. And though it certainly has elements of a sequel to his debut, “Waiting For My Rocket To Come,” Mraz and his band, along with producer Steve Lillywhite, have created something that touches on more of the aspects that have made Mraz such an adored artist of today's music scene. "Wordplay" showcases the humorous persona that until now he’d only used in his live shows; born as a joke, it is the first single and is meant to sound exactly as so. It’s a straight satire on what a first single should sound like, making a masterful mockery of his own agenda, beating the average critic to the punch. “Clockwatching” utilizes programmed beats and vocal delays, resulting in a fun sonic tribute to the Cure and the bands that followed them. “Life Is Beautiful” was inspired by electronic duo Zero 7, simmering and psychedelic.
I gave the song a listen and have to admit that it is a nice song. Okay, finally an oldie and classic song. This song will never leave the airwaves so bookmark this single. Never forget..Click on the 'play'-button and enjoy!
I give it.
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