Friday, 15 August 2014

Michael Cera releases an album

He's no Beyonce, but Michael Cera can still pull off a surprise
album release.
The "Arrested Development" star released an 18-track album
titled "True That" which features instrumental compositions and
some vocals. Cera is no novice when it comes to music: He's
sung backup vocals and played some on a Weezer track and
jammed with the indie rock group Mister Heavenly.
The Daily Beast called it "a mix of instrumental tracks, lovely
ballads and solemn covers" and compares (perhaps tongue-in-
cheek) his project to Beyonce's surprise album.
The Daily Beast's Amy Zimmerman asks: "So is there any
difference at all between Michael Cera's true that and
Beyoncé's Beyoncé?"
She answers her own question. "Honestly, not really. In 'What
Gives,' Cera samples what appears to be a child's voice, which
is a blatant attempt to rival Blue Ivy's vocal stylings on 'Blue.'
'Sexy Danger' has all the wild, sensual energy of 'Drunk in
Love,' but with absolutely no words!"
His "Superbad" costar Jonah Hill tweeted his support of the
project saying "My great friend Michael Cera not only is a
brilliant actor, he also makes great music."
Cera's album is available for download on his site.

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