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Moving Up Living Down

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1 Talk Is Cheap Elizondo/Hutchinson 4:33
2 Best Days Hutchinson 4:04
3 The Basement Hutchinson 3:34
4 Watching You Watch Him Hutchinson 3:31
5 Breakdown More Hutchinson 4:07
6 The People I Know Hutchinson 3:46
7 Living in the Afterlife Hutchinson 4:30
8 In the First Place Hutchinson 4:10
9 I'm Not Cool Hutchinson 3:35
10 Not There Yet Hutchinson 3:25
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Moving Up Living Down

Audio Compact Disc

Label: Warner Bros.

Category: Pop/Rock

Moving Up Living Down

UPC: 093624953296

Release Date: 04/17/2012

Original Release Date: 04/17/2012

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Talk Is Cheap, Best Days, The Basement, Watching You Watch Him, Breakdown More, The People I Know, Living in the Afterlife, In the First Place, I'm Not Cool, Not There Yet]
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Matt Collar

The follow-up to 2008's Sounds Like This, Eric Hutchinson's 2012 release, Moving Up Living Down, features more of the singer/songwriter's catchy guitar pop and R&B-influenced rock. Hutchinson is a bell tone of a crooner with a knack for writing a catchy hook, and imbues his songs with just enough positive swagger and rhythmic grit to bring to mind a kind of contemporary take on Hall & Oates. In that sense, he often comes off as a kind of middle ground between the folky soul of Amos Lee, the slick funk-rock of Maroon 5, and the earnest frat-pop of Jason Mraz. To these ends, such cuts as the yearning pop number "Watching You Watch Him," the country-inflected ballad "Breakdown More," and the dancy '80s funk-influenced crowd-pleaser "Living in the Afterlife" are, much like the rest of Moving Up Living Down, smartly crafted nuggets of radio and soundtrack-ready pop/rock. ~ Matt Collar, Rovi