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Jimmy Eat World - Work - Interscope - Release Date: 28 March 2005 - Single Review

Jimmy Eat World
Work
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Release Date: 28 March 2005 Taken from new album “Futures”, “Work” is a totally radio-friendly single from American rock band Jimmy Eat World. The first thing that springs to mind is how much Gil Norton’s production is evident here – the man who gave us Feeder’s Comfort in Sound has had a clear impact, mostly in the polished guitar sounds and the perfect balance between frontman Jim Adkins‘s fantastic voice and the rest of his band, whose essence is

Jimmy Eat World - Work - Interscope - Release Date: 28 March 2005 - Single Review

still of being stadium-rock. Catchy as hell, “Work” features guest vocals from nothing less than legendary lady of rock Liz Phair, duetting in the chorus and adding so much oomph to simple “oh-ohs” in the backing vocals. A soaring melody and a singalong chorus make this power-ballad a grower, and one promising to be on every commercial radio station in this country.

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Giada Arnone



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