Is it weird to think this album sparkles? Because it does. It sounds like glitter. Conte’s become something of an internet phenomenon, releasing videos on YouTube that he calls “Video Songs,” where you don’t hear anything that you can’t see. Every video is cut and pasted and layered, and at some point, every instrument he plays is shown on screen. And yeah, he plays everything — guitar, piano, accordion, and, at certain points, something that looks like it might be a dryer vent (a long silver tube thing that he sings into while wobbling the end from side to side, producing a vocal effect I can’t quite pigeonhole). This is 2009’s version of a one-man band: extremely listenable (perhaps to a fault) and so very awe-inspiring.