Last year, under the moniker Har Mar Superstar, indie-rock smart aleck Sean Tillmann mixed elements of Prince and Stevie Wonder to produce a collection of caustic and sometimes humorous R&B tracks

Last year, under the moniker Har Mar Superstar, indie-rock smart aleck Sean Tillmann mixed elements of Prince and Stevie Wonder to produce a collection of caustic and sometimes humorous R&B tracks. Now operating under the Sean Na Na moniker and backed by a four-piece band, Tillmann combines Morrissey and Elvis Costello influences on a collection steeped in candy-coated angst-pop. Underneath sunny melodies and bom-bom-boms that would make Bowser proud, Tillmann virulently rails against rejection ("Double Date," "Spread the Good Feelin' "), those who steal his women ("I Hate Saxophones"), and his inability to find the perfect girl ("I Need a Girl"). There's nothing revolutionary here, but Tillmann shows a knack for quirky lyrics and solid

hooks. Racked by Southern.—BG