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Room for Squares [Vinyl]

By: John Mayer


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DISC 1 for Room for Squares [Vinyl] Album By John Mayer Amazon.com iTunes
1   No Such Thing Buy Buy
2   Why Georgia Buy Buy
3   My Stupid Mouth Buy Buy
4   Your Body Is A Wonderland Buy Buy
5   Neon Buy Buy
6   City Love Buy Buy
7   83 Buy Buy
8   3x5 Buy Buy
9   Love Song For No One Buy Buy
10   Back To You Buy Buy
11   Great Indoors Buy Buy
12   Not Myself Buy Buy
13   St. Patrick's Day Buy Buy
 
DISC 2 for Room for Squares [Vinyl] Album By John Mayer Amazon.com iTunes
1   3x5    
2   Love Song for No One    
3   Back to You    
4   Great Indoors    
5   Not Myself    
6   St. Patrick's Day    

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Singer-songwriter John Mayer fills his debut, Room for Squares, with pep talks to and advertisements for himself. Even when questioning his young life, Mayer''s doubts come off glib; not one second of "Why Georgia" convinces that "the stirring in my soul" keeps the artiste awake at night. Between his Dave Matthews-wannabe vocals and the accomplished but bland lite rock of his band, he could be just as easily offering tunes for hire to a coming-of-age network series as making a stand for himself and his worldview. The premise of "City Love"--that Mayer couldn''t find his way around Manhattan until finding a girlfriend to root him to the place--is nice but not edifying. "My Stupid Mouth" is similarly fuzzy; letting us in on just what he said to alienate a dinner partner would''ve gone a long way toward fleshing out the song''s pat self-deprecation. Ultimately, Mayer comes off less like a commiserating friend than a blabbermouth who''s forever forgetting there''s someone else in the room. And instead of whining about a discarded lunch box ("83"), dude, learn to brown-bag it the way the rest of us did. --Rickey Wright





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