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Gone Gone Gone - Ladyhawke - Anxiety

Label: Modular Recordings - MODCD151,Island Records - MODCD151 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock
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Ladyhawke 's self-titled debut album was a slick update of '80s pop and rock, done with plenty of 4 Tribes (Wanna Be Startin Something) - Organ Donors / Hawk Dawson / Rogue Element - Future Fat Fun and infused with the heart and soul of Pip Brown aka Ladyhawke.

On the long-awaited follow-up, Anxiety Gone Gone Gone - Ladyhawke - Anxietyshe again works with producer Pascal Gabriel and the two concoct a sound that is less dreamy and far less '80s-influenced. This time the songs have a much more '90s-inspired approach. All ten of the songs have a tight, focused feel that is punchy and direct, making everything pounce out the speakers and right into the listener's brain. There's even a track that sounds like some kind of insane hybrid of the Breeders and Katy Perry "Vanity" that shows just how much pop and power there is on Anxiety.

From the powerhouse thump of the rhythm section and the tightly controlled growl of the guitars to the well-placed and never standard synths, the sound of the album is impressive. Brown and Gabriel build such a strong musical framework that it could swamp a less powerful singer, but Brown 's dusky vocals are a perfect match.

She sings of her troubled life in a voice that is easy to relate to, transmitting pain and confusion without overselling it. In fact, unless you really listen to the words or look at the song titlesyou may just hear the album as a good-time rocker and miss all the suffering under the la-la choruses and massive hooks.

And the hooks are really large. While there may be no "Paris is Burning"-sized hit this time out, the high level of intensity in the music, words, and Brown 's singing -- plus the cumulative thrill that builds up as song after song punches you right in the face -- more than makes up for it. It's a great pop record with plenty of guts and a sense of reality that is so often missing Gone Gone Gone - Ladyhawke - Anxiety records that sound this fun. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully.

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6 thoughts on “ Gone Gone Gone - Ladyhawke - Anxiety

  1. Lyrics to 'Gone Gone Gone' by Ladyhawke. I’ve pulled us another plan But it’s pulling me into the ground We’ll be together again But only if you’ll play along.
  2. Lyrics to Gone Gone Gone by Ladyhawke from the Anxiety album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! Gone Gone Gone Ladyhawke Buy This Song. FAVORITE Ladyhawke took her stage name from Richard Donner's film of the same name. In she relocated to London.
  3. May 25,  · Gone Gone Gone Lyrics: I’ve pulled us another plan / But it’s pulling me into the ground / We’ll be together again / But only if you’ll play along / You’re everything I could ever want.
  4. The majority of the tracks.. teem with chilled vocals, crunchy guitar, and keyboard blurps that move hips to sway before showing their hollowness as soon as one steps off the dance floor.
  5. Jan 01,  · Like many of her '90s idols, she has angst to burn and neuroses to untangle; on "Anxiety," she tries to shut down the voices in her head with a cocky synth-rock groove, while on the seductive “Black White & Blue,” Brown finds confidence in the song’s sneering Day-Glo feedback.

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