itunes

gravatar
Member Since: 6/7/2004
Total Mixes: 9716
Total Feedback: 8
Message | Friend

Other Mixes By itunes

Playlist | My Groove
image
Playlist | Genres & History
image
Playlist | My Groove
image
Playlist | Other Mix
image

Ben Lee

Artist Song Buy
Ben Lee  Catch My Disease   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Love Me Like the World Is Ending   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Gamble Everything for Love   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Rise Up   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  What's So Bad (About Feeling Good)?   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  We're All In This Together   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Into the Dark   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Birds and Bees   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Desire   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Numb   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  I Love Pop Music   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  American Television   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  What Would Jay-Z Do?   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Begin   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Close I've Come   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Ripe   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Ache for You   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Boy With a Barbie   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Is This How Love Is Supposed to Feel   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Apple Candy   buy on itunes
The Bens  Bruised   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Float On   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Friday On My Mind   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  I'm a Woman Too   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Sex Without Love   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Surrender   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Sing   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Gamble Everything for Love   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Song for the Divine Mother of the Universe   buy on itunes
Ben Lee  Catch My Disease (That's the Way I Like It)   buy on itunes

Comment:

Unless some pre-teen hits the Aussie scene with a guitar and a dream sometime soon, Ben Lee — not to be confused with his Ben buddies, Kweller and Folds — will forever be remembered as Australia's penultimate indie pop-penning "boy genius." That's what happens when you're a respected solo artist at the age of 16 and collaborating with Mandy Moore (the lighthearted and laidback '50s-style duet "Birds and Bees") and the modern rock architects in Rooney (the joyous and slightly jagged "American Television") by the time you turn 29. As for the decade in between, Lee has never sounded content with simple singer-songwriter fare, whether we're talking the low-lit, Dylan-like stroll of "We're All In This Together" or the tasteful, subdued samples of the entire [i]Hey You. Yes You.[/i] album.
image for mix

Feedback:

You must be logged in to do this.