Jeanne Fury
August 06, 2004 AT 04:00 AM EDT

NYC moptop songwriter L.P. has toured the country and back, but nothing much spins her wheels off their axles. Her dusty-blue-jeans alt-country spiked with rugged electric riffs conveys a frustrated disillusionment, especially on the aptly titled ”Get Over Yourself.” But there is one thing on Suburban Sprawl & Alcohol that puts a smile on her face. On ”Little Death” — a butch ode to a skilled lady lover — L.P. finally gets some satisfaction.

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