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Label: Cabin 24 Records
It seems like Ingrid Michaelson churns out albums faster than Old Navy churns out the sweaters she helped sell. But can she really have anything new to say a mere ten months after her last record? Everybody finds the singer-songwriter trying out a sultry, Sade-esque sound on "Incredible Love," borrowing Sufjan Steven's muted brass for "So Long" and even -- gasp! -- throwing in a dance beat on "Mountain and the Sea." But by now, people come to this veritable whimsy factory expecting a certain number of ukuleles, a certain pitch of coffee shop angst, and she doesn't disappoint.

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It seems like Ingrid Michaelson churns out albums faster than Old Navy churns out the sweaters she helped sell. But can she really have anything new to say a mere ten months after her last record? Everybody finds the singer-songwriter trying out a sultry, Sade-esque sound on "Incredible Love," borrowing Sufjan Steven's muted brass for "So Long" and even -- gasp! -- throwing in a dance beat on "Mountain and the Sea." But by now, people come to this veritable whimsy factory expecting a certain number of ukuleles, a certain pitch of coffee shop angst, and she doesn't disappoint.

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About This Album

It seems like Ingrid Michaelson churns out albums faster than Old Navy churns out the sweaters she helped sell. But can she really have anything new to say a mere ten months after her last record? Everybody finds the singer-songwriter trying out a sultry, Sade-esque sound on "Incredible Love," borrowing Sufjan Steven's muted brass for "So Long" and even -- gasp! -- throwing in a dance beat on "Mountain and the Sea." But by now, people come to this veritable whimsy factory expecting a certain number of ukuleles, a certain pitch of coffee shop angst, and she doesn't disappoint.