Easyworld - How Did It Ever Come To This? (CD)
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Changer la langue cible pour obtenir des traductions. En poursuivant votre navigation sur ce site, vous acceptez l'utilisation de ces cookies. En savoir plus. London: Guinness World Records Limited. ISBN Notable for being co-written by Chris Martin, of Coldplay, Gravity proves that, despite being away for some time, Embrace does not appear to have progressed in any way, shape or form, seemingly content to rely on the formula that has helped to deliver their biggest success.
Taken from the forthcoming album, Out of Nothingwhich can be pre-ordered by clicking here …. The track is driven by a Gary Wright Coming Apart sample and a funky, Summer-laced beat that makes it ideal for the hotpants generation, and some serious booty shaking.
The soulful vocals occasionally provoke memories with the style of the recent Basement Jaxx track, Good Luckbut, sadly, it can't quite achieve such widespread appeal.
This, in the main, caters for the dance generation, and will probably find its safest home amid the Kiss FM, Ibiza-Miami club crowd. This is an introduction to an outrageously talented singer-songwriter, who on the strength of this first single alone, looks set to have a massive career ahead of her. Look out for the self-titled debut album, which follows along shortly, and which can be ordered by clicking here.
Alternatively, click here to check out our verdict on it. Manages to build on the success of Til The Daywhich marked their first top 30 hit in February. The song is designed as an uplifting rant against what singer, Dav Ford, and other musicians frustratedly describe as the cheating of their art, by increased downsizing and corporate takeovers. However, far from being anything too melodic, the track is rife with a strong melody, hook and some take-notice harmonies, that make it well worth a listen for anyone not introduced to Easyworld yet.
Bonus track, Celebrity Killereven rocks things up a little, hinting at the possibility that there could be more to Easyworld than a slot on Capital. It may not mark much of a progression, but there is no escaping the fact it will be huge among the Nelly crowd, easily smoothing the way for another monumental album success, in the form of Sweat and Suit.
My Place will appear on the latter, while Flap Your Wings can be found on the former. Click here to order Sweator here for Suit. Automatic is the first single Easyworld - How Did It Ever Come To This? (CD) be lifted from The Black Keys third album, Rubber Factory, and is an out-and-out rock 'n' roll number, packed with fuzzed up guitars and dirty Delta Blues. Harking back to the Seventies era, when the Stones were at their peak, and Zeppelin and co were belting out the guitar anthems, this contains all the same traits, without any of the embellishments of the modern era.
In terms of getting back to basics, it will probably appeal to the purists only, given that The Black Key duo seem content merely to let their music do the talking, rather than basking in any controversial limelight that has helped some of their contemporaries to reach the lofty heights that they have.
For anyone who fancies a nostalgia trip of pure unadulterated blues rock, this provides a perfect meal ticket. Click here to order the album With its tech-funk and old skool electro charge, coupled with its Clash-inspured guitar riffs, Girls is a suitably loud and in-yer-face effort from The Prodigy, with the focus firmly on the beats, rather than guest vocals. Sadly, there is something missing. The new Prodigy seems to have regressed somewhat, but not in a good way. While The Beastie Boys rediscovered their roots, while managing to sound contemporary, The Prodigy have been unable to repeat the trick.
Girls sounds distinctly 80s-based, and probably deserves to be left there. It is as disappointing, to me, as the rest of the album. For the purists, or the newly-converted, however, both formats also feature the exclusive re-working of the title track by Liam Howlett, entitled More Girl s, and the original version of You'll Be Under My Wheelswhich is currently being used for the high-profile launch of the new BMW 1-Series, and which is different to the album version. Last Summer is, as its name suggests, a genuinely feel-good seasonal rock-out, crammed with gutsy, joyous guitar riffs and sing-along vocals that the Blink boys would be proud of.
Not as heavy as some of the Welsh outfits more recent material, it nevertheless contains an infectious energy that could well gain it the wider following it probably deserves. The best thing that can be said about it, however, is that it probably will put a knowing smile on your face, in terms of quality, given that its hooks and guitar riffs, not to mention the catchy chorus, will probably grab you Easyworld - How Did It Ever Come To This?
(CD) the first moment you listen to it. Certainly, with lead track, Hit Me Againthe guitars hark back to early indie sensibilities, while the old-school vibe that surrounds the track makes for a refreshing alternative to the current post-punk haze. Whether it has the accessibility to crack into the mainstream, a la Kasabian, Easyworld - How Did It Ever Come To This? (CD) to be seen, but with this and Mad Action vying Easyworld - How Did It Ever Come To This? (CD) prominence on the record shelves this week, it means that indie-rock fans are spoilt Easyworld - How Did It Ever Come To This?
(CD) choice at the moment. Certainly, Get Born seems to have been milked for all it is worth, but you can click here to get hold of a copy. It comes with free downloadable artwork and the chance to watch the video for Cold Hard Bitch. A ballad that seems destined to land on the soundtrack to countless movies, She Will Be Loved is a hopelessly feel-good record that goes some way to explaining why there is such an air of excitement surrounding them at the moment.
Click here to order the long-player The track is a heartfelt love song which, according to the PR, was written one morning in the Autumn of at the recording studio owned by Blue Nile engineer, Calum Malcolm. Click here to pre-order the album, or here for further details on The Blue Nile The vocal style is not disimilar. Taken from the debut album, Frank, both Help Yourself and Pumps demonstrate the fearless, savagely witty songwriting style that helped Amy to secure an Ivor Novello Award earlier this year she won best contemporary song for Stronger Than Me.
Of the two, Help Yourselfwith its bluesy trumpet interludes, and lazy beat, is probably the stronger, dripping with the style of an accomplished, even old-school, songwriter. But Pumps is equally as fun, and a suitably well-timed reminder of why the album was so well regarded when it emerged last year.
Click here for our verdict on the long-player. It's dripped in deep, soulful lyrics, yearning, Motown-style vocals, memorable slide guitars, gospel-tinged backing vocals, and a deeply lazy beat that makes it easy just to relax into. The PR proclaims that Jonte's vocals 'would make a car melt', and it's easy to see why. If this is the calibre of what we can expect from future material, then roll on the album, and make sure you get yourself in the queue for the live performances.
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