The Tracks of Tyler Hilton
Download links and information about The Tracks of Tyler Hilton by Tyler Hilton. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 43:13 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Alternative|
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|1.||When It Comes||3:44|
|5.||Pink and Black||3:31|
|9.||You, My Love||6:19|
The Tracks of Tyler Hilton is the kind of major-label pop debut that's not heard much in 2004 — an album that has its eye on middle-American middle of the road, appealing equally to pre-teens and housewives without condescending to either. Hilton isn't a teen-pop idol, nor is he a crooner. He's an unabashed mainstream pop singer/songwriter, blessed with good looks, a lightly husky and appealing voice, a good ear and a knack for pleasing MOR mature pop. It's a sound that would have had found a greater audience in the first Bush administration rather than the second, but that doesn't mean that it sounds dated — it just means that there are few venues for this kind of well-crafted, highly-polished ear candy in 2004 than there was in 1990, when Richard Marx was a star and Curtis Stigers was an up-n-comer. Hilton is in their league — a good songwriter, a good singer, creating music that's unapologetically designed for the Top 40. Unfortunately, that Top 40 doesn't quite exist anymore, but those that long for a time when pop music wasn't hip or hip-hop, this will satisfy them quite nicely.