Tracey Thorn - Record FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Pop music
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This third solo album – nine feminist bangers, Thorn has quipped, with an immaculately raised eyebrow – finds the singer up against electronic backings, drilling down into complex emotions.
Record (CDr, Album, Copy Prot. Caroline International, Unmade Road. Record (CDr, Album, Copy Prot. Hostess Entertainment Unlimited, Unmade Road. HSU-10178, ROAD011CDJ.
This is exactly what Tracey Thorn has been up to in the eight years since the former Marine Girl and Everything But the Girl singer released her third solo album. To Brits, there is nothing surprising about this.
Seeing the name Tracey Thorn on the cover of a record means there will be things within the grooves that one can count on: thoughtful lyrics that feel intensely personal while still being effortlessly relatable; her incredibly rich voice (which hasn't aged one bit over the years); and songs that have a warmth baked into their core even when they. are disco-ball glittery and perfectly produced, since she only uses collaborators fully attuned to her finer qualities
Tracey Thorn’s first solo album of entirely original material for seven years. Record is released via Unmade Road, Caroline International. Describing Queen, Tracey says: It’s a great opener for the album - driven along by Ewan Pearson’s unashamedly glittering electro-pop production, drums and bass from Warpaint’s Stella and Jenny, it features me playing electric guitar for the first time in a while, and singing my heart out. As ever the personal has often been political in Tracey Thorn’s work. Nine feminist bangers, Tracey Thorn jokes when asked to describe Record
This third solo album – nine feminist bangers, Thorn has quipped, with an immaculately raised eyebrow – finds the singer up against electronic backings, drilling down into complex emotions. And some simpler ones: Dancefloor is a vocoder-embellished 80s squelch-fest mostly dedicated to the joy of cutting loose while half-cut. In this extract from her second memoir, Tracey Thorn describes growing up in a dull commuter village in the 70s, her summer of disco – and the first stirrings of wanting to escape. Published: 27 Jan 2019. Tracey Thorn: ‘We looked at suburbia and wanted to burn it down’ – extract.
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Tracey Thorn is back with a solid new album of 9 songs. At a running time of 36 minutes, it's rather short and I could have done with 3 or 4 more tracks. 8 people found this helpful.