|Faithfull, Marianne / Before the Poison|
|Album:||Before the Poison||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2005-03-21||Pull Date:||2005-05-23|
|Week Ending:||22 May||1 May||24 Apr||10 Apr||3 Apr||27 Mar|
|1.||Apr 05, 2011:||Bisous Bijoux |
|4.||Apr 28, 2005:||Happy Hour |
|2.||Jan 23, 2006:||Distraction-Limited (Alumnus Version) |
|5.||Apr 21, 2005:||Eran Mexico |
The Mystery of Love
|3.||May 19, 2005:||The Devil's Single Collective |
|6.||Apr 20, 2005:||Mr. Inbetween |
City of Quartz, Last Song
The doyenne of goth folk-rock lends her smoky voice to tunes for the most part penned by PJ Harvey or Nick Cave- the Cave tunes 3 & 7 have him playing piano (plus she says "loverman" in track 7, referencing Cave.)|
Music for a lounge of decay. She’s like Annie Anxiety Bandez for the masses.
1. Starts w/singing & guitar, singer/songwriter style, then full band, (Not a cover, nothing like Julie Cruise's theme from "Blue Velvet")
+2.overdriven guitar, backing vocals, art-rock, a bit like John Cale.
+3.slow, pretty Cave piano, Faithful’s lyrics are Cave-like as well. Chorus lacks oomph that the verses have, unfortunately. Should be in a musical.
++4.Minor key, midtempo sadness. Singer/songwriter guitar/sing intro, strong verse and a chorus that sticks in my head. Anti-urban sprawl?
++5.spooky piano+guitar intro. Slow, 3/4 time. Psycho mom talks to child. Curiously makes me think of both Michael Gira (Swans/Angel of Light), and a middle-aged Joanna Newsom.
6.Mid tempo, midtempo and generally sparse, gets loud in chorus. Doesn’t do much for me. “woo woos” from the Stones “Sympathy for the Devil”?
+7.Ah that melodic Cave piano. Bartender, another drink.
8.Lyrics sound forced
+9.Rocker, different from the rest of the record, and the vocal delivery’s like Blondie’s “Rapture”! Major production.
+10.demented novelty music-box lullaby.
|1.||The Mystery of Love||6.||Before the Poison|
|2.||My Friends Have||7.||There Is a Ghost|
|3.||Crazy Love||8.||In the Factory|
|5.||No Child of Mine||10.||City of Quartz|