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Boomkat Product Review:
Maximo Park guitarist Duncan Lloyd delivers his debut solo album, and although you can certainly hear shades of his band's output throughout the record, the songs ultimately have as much in common with US alt. rock as they do the wordy, regional indie he's previously been associated with. You can hear shades of Yo La Tengo in 'Victory And Surrender' and while early single 'Suzee' sounds a lot like Elvis Costello on second listen, there's probably a bit of mid-nineties Weezer in there too. Not a bad thing at all. 'Seeing Double' marks a return to the familiar Maximo Park sound in its intro, but by the time the first verse erupts Lloyd starts to sound like he might be moonlighting with fellow North Eastern indie types Field Music. '3 Times Over' finds the slower, quieter efforts not quite hitting the spot. It sure sounds pleasant enough but doesn't quite go anywhere, instead seeming content to linger in an acoustic limbo.