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Jay Bennett - The Magnificent Defeat Review

Jay Bennett is a dabbler. So much so, that, at times, he makes Beck sound simple. The Bennett that experiments is much more annoying than The Bennett that rocks though. The Magnificent Defeat reveals a singer who sounds like a variety of others: Tom Petty, Mojo Nixon, Roger McGuinn, and Elvis Costello. Jay Bennett sounds so good singing Costello-like tunes; he would make a suitable replacement if The Attractions ever removed its head. If one is looking for Wilco, this disc will be a sharp departure, yet, once the initial sting dulls, The Magnificent Defeat will prove itself to be a good romp.

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