Like Clockwork | All Signs Point To Yes

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All Signs Point To Yes

by Like Clockwork

Something old. Something new. That’s the critical musical balance behind Like Clockwork: an odyssey of sound, mind, spirit, and poetic lyricism from the chaotic, yet diametrically romantic mind of Jesse Astin.
Genre: Pop: Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wake Up
0:36 $0.99
2. All Signs Point to Yes
5:40 $0.99
3. Looking Better Everyday
3:10 $0.99
4. All the Money in the World
3:59 $0.99
5. Hello?
0:37 $0.99
6. No Sleeping Alone
3:19 $0.99
7. Everytime
6:28 $0.99
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Album Notes
"All Signs Point To Yes" was recorded in the summer/fall of 2007. It was tracked in various places along the way. Drums and Bass were recorded in a furniture warehouse in West Atlanta surrounded by prostitution, drugs, strip clubs and industrial manifesto. Guitars and vocals were recorded in numerous places along my journey out of Atlanta and in to Los Angeles. In the midst of a personal crisis, Jesse Owen Astin found himself surrounded by dark and led back to the light.. again.

The record features Like Clockwork favorites such as "All The Money In The World" and "No Sleeping Alone" re-recorded with band members Tony Belser (Drums) and Will Raines (Bass & Keyboards) to capture the raw sound that portrays Like Clockwork's epic live performance, yet maintaining the pop magic that has embodied previous recordings.

The newest release from Like Clockwork proves yet again that even in a world of doubt and spiritual turmoil Jesse Astin's original concepts still prove true and there is no doubt in anyone's mind that all signs do point to yes.



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Is it possible Like Clockwork has actually become more phenomenal than before? A
I've been a fan of Jesse Astin's band/project/music/creation, "Like Clockwork", ever since I discovered it a year ago, and this new album did not dissapoint. Having already heard a few of the tracks on myspace, I was psyched about hearing the whole thing.
His new album defintely shows that, if there was any kinks in his music, he's worked them out. His previous albums have already shown his talent and potential, but his new album, "All Signs Point To Yes," shows more technical skill, sound quality, and musical maturity than ever.
My personal favorite is by far "Looking Better Everyday," which will have you humming for days with its catchy hooks and melodies. If "All The Money In The World" doesnt have your blood pumping by the end, theres something wrong with you, man, and the revamped title track is killer, blowing its previous Version outta the water. The beginning mini track, "Wake Up", is very cool in that it sets the mood for the whole thing, and by the end of the album, when it is somewhat repeated in the end of "Everytime," you feel as if its all been strung together, and that you've just experienced an entire story.
Honestly, I think I preferred the previous version of "No Sleeping Alone" to the album's new version, but overall, thats an extremely miniscule price to pay for such an amazing work of art as the new LC album is. Defintely an album you'll want to buy.