Gentleman Jesse - Leaving Atlanta

Gentleman Jesse - Leaving Atlanta
CRITIC SCORE
77
Based on 6 reviews
2012 Rank: #112 / 711
USER SCORE
54
Based on
3 ratings

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CRITIC REVIEWS

79
Pitchfork
Pitchfork

The band's debut was kind of a crumpled, nicotine-smudged affair, but Atlanta feels brighter, less muddled, not polished but certainly tidier around the edges.

79
Beats Per Minute
Beats Per Minute

Leaving Atlanta is far from a perfect record — there is not anything approaching ‘classic status’ on it – but it is a very fine one, and certainly one of the best we will see in its genre this year.

70
Consequence of Sound
Consequence of Sound

Gentleman Jesse’s positive energy is as infectious as the hooks in his songs, but it’s the sonic uniformity of those songs that make Leaving Atlanta overbearing when consumed as a whole.

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DETAILS

RELEASED: March 20, 2012
FORMAT: LP
LABEL: Douchemaster
GENRE: Power Pop
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Track List
  1. Eat Me Alive 
  2. I'm Only Lonely 
  3. Take It Easy On Me 
  4. What Did I Do 
  5. You Give Me Shivers 
  6. Careful What You Wish For
  7. Kind Of Uptight 
  8. Frostbite 
  9. I'm A Mess 
  10. Word Gets Around 
  11. Covered Up My Tracks 
  12. Rooting For The Underdog 
  13. We Got To Get Out Of Here
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Added on: March 21, 2012