Stuart Murdoch might hook more fans with this pastiche of bouncy pop-gone-by if Belle and Sebastian's reputation didn't precede him. When his Glasgow band broke big in the late '90s, Murdoch specialized in a timid, resentment-tinged melancholy that reflected both the hypersensitivity of aimless, romantic college grads and the alienation of underemployed Scottish youth (call him Holden MacCaulfield). But in 2003 Murdoch turned up... More >>>