St. Vincent - Cruel album flac
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Genre: Rock / Pop
Vincent is the eponymous fourth studio album by American musician St. Vincent. It was released on February 24, 2014, in the United Kingdom and a day later in the United States, through Loma Vista Recordings and Republic Records. Produced by John Congleton, it features collaborations with Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings drummer Homer Steinweiss and Midlake drummer McKenzie Smith. The tracks were arranged and demoed by Annie Clark in Austin, Texas and recorded at the Elmwood studio in Dallas.
Cruel, cruel, oh Cruel, cruel, oh. Bodies, can't you see what everybody wants from you? If you could want that, too, then you'll be happy. Cruel" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
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Over the course of four albums, St. Vincent's Annie Clark has been focusing her vision and sharpening her music's edges. Vincent is in a sense the Platonic ideal of a St. Vincent record, executing with perfect poise everything we already know she can do. Annie Clark's bold and almost jarringly confident fourth record, St. Vincent, does not sound like it was recorded here on Earth. Its songs sprout with their own strange, squiggly lifeforms and are governed by unfamiliar laws of gravity
Album: St. Vincent Year released: 2014. With St. Vincent, Annie Clark was going for a different sound. This is a more primary color record than I've done in the past," she told Uncut magazine in 2015. The album is livelier and more exuberant than its predecessors, and the lead single from it, "Birth in Reverse," was the perfect first taste of St. The guitars are relentless and act as a stark contrast to the mundane picture she paints through her lyrics. Cruel" could almost be mistaken for a modernized Disney ballad, but its off-kilter funk and sobering lyrics betray the ghostly vocalization reminiscent of a scene from Cinderella. Like in many of her songs, St. Vincent plays with contrasting sounds and ideas on "Cruel"-delicate singing versus discordant guitars, acceptance versus rejection, appreciation versus dismissive ingratitude.
10 hrs ·. I feel lucky to get to give back to the big cultural collective that is music. Watch more thanks toGenesis USA and produced by BBC StoryWorks. 22 June at 10:48 ·. There’s been nothing like sharing the elation of a good show with you on this journey. The audience was very rightly in love with the show, and the performance was one of those beautiful cathartic experiences that I always hope for with my stage theatre background. We saw her back in 2012 at Bogart's in Cincinnati as well, and while we absolutely loved that show then, this was an entirely different and much more emotional experience. The new album is absolutely stellar. Also, I felt so sad for those who arrived late and missed seeing Tuck and Patti open the show.
For they don't know how to live. Run the alleys, casually. Bodies, can't you see what everybody wants from you? If you could want that, too. They could take or leave you. So they took you and they left you. How could they be casually. Cruel, cruel, oh. Bodies, can't you see what everybody wants from you?
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