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Day I Forgot


Download links and information about Day I Forgot by Pete Yorn. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 42:29 minutes.

Artist: Pete Yorn
Release date: 2003
Genre: Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 13
Duration: 42:29
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No. Title Length
1. Intro 0:46
2. Come Back Home 3:22
3. Crystal Village 3:48
4. Carlos (Don't Let It Go to Your Head) 3:29
5. Pass Me By 3:55
6. Committed 3:29
7. Long Way Down 3:38
8. When You See the Light 2:43
9. Turn of the Century 3:03
10. Burrito 2:45
11. Man In Uniform 2:41
12. All At Once 4:03
13. So Much Work 4:47



Singing in a vocal style similar to the intense angst-ridden verve of Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder, New Jersey singer-songwriter Pete Yorn brings an epic-like quality to everything he sings. With three major league producers (Andy Wallace, Brad Wood and Scott Litt) turning various knobs, Yorn enjoys a sonically enhanced playground where the guitars and keyboards turn into walls of impenetrable sound. “Come Back Home” and “Pass Me By” are overwhelming in their U2-like fortresses of sound, while “Crystal Village” follows with a shimmering grind that reveals Yorn’s downplayed Britpop side. Mostly, he focuses on an Americana-based classic rock that somehow manages to avoid the alt-country genre his voice suggests he might discover should his music every get as whispery as his sedated vocal delivery. Instead, the arrangements remain rock-centric with everything from boogie riffs — “Carlos (Don’t Let It Go To Your Head)” — to general goofiness (“Burrito”) adding to the mix. “Committed” is unnervingly close to a Vedder-like emotional quake, while “Long Way Down” makes use of a soothing, summery melodic glide.