14 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his solo debut, this hit singer/songwriter injects earnest indie pop with percolating synths, banging beats, and hip-hop swagger—think Owl City filtered through Kanye West's kaleidoscopic vision. Bellion gives everything a bright, sunny glaze, even the rumbling electro-pop post-breakup anthem "All Time Low" and the nostalgic, synthesized soft rock sizzler "80's Films." By "Hand of God," the rousing gospel finale featuring the choir from Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror," his grandiose pop ambitions have reached a peak.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his solo debut, this hit singer/songwriter injects earnest indie pop with percolating synths, banging beats, and hip-hop swagger—think Owl City filtered through Kanye West's kaleidoscopic vision. Bellion gives everything a bright, sunny glaze, even the rumbling electro-pop post-breakup anthem "All Time Low" and the nostalgic, synthesized soft rock sizzler "80's Films." By "Hand of God," the rousing gospel finale featuring the choir from Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror," his grandiose pop ambitions have reached a peak.

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