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Masseduction
St. Vincent




 
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More About Masseduction

 
 
 

Overview

Track Listing

1 Hang on Me
2 Pills
3 Masseduction
4 Sugarboy
5 Ageless, Los
6 Happy Birthday, Johnny
7 Savior
8 New York
9 Fear the Future
10 Young Lover
11 Dancing with a Ghost
12 Slow Disco
13 Smoking Section

 

Details

  • Genre: Rock & Pop
  • Release Date: October 2017
  • Label: Loma Vista
  • Format: Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 1
 

Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Rolling Stone - 4 stars out of 5 -- "It is the most direct Clark has ever been with her lyricism, savagely cutting to the core of her feelings and her own mythology."

Spin - "There's no other contemporary artist applying such a chameleonic affect to the standard myth of singer with a guitar....Clark has carved out a space as a guitar hero in an era where that sort of thing is supposed to be over."

Entertainment Weekly - "A sleek piece of neon-pop machinery with a riot-girl heart, MASSEDUCTION felt like the fitting sonic vessel for a singularly disorienting year."

Uncut - "Clark's most personal work; a reflection on lost love that gave an already multi-dimensional work even greater layers of import and meaning."

Magnet - "Clark's wickedly sharp, vulnerable dissections of sex and loneliness, intimacy and power, feel more necessary than ever."

Mojo (Publisher) - "MASSEDUCTION is a revelation in terms of its raw and sometimes brutal emotional honesty."

NME (Magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Perhaps the closest to home of all is `Happy Birthday, Johnny': pedal steel, delicate piano and heart's blood, and the memory of "you've changed" recriminations from loved ones. `Smoking Section' ends on a dark night of the soul..."

Paste (magazine) - "On MASSEDUCTION, Clark remains as unpredictable as ever, though there's one thing fans will have gotten right: so far, at least, Annie Clark has proven incapable of writing anything less than a knockout pop song."

Clash (Magazine) - "[T]he Texas native has digitalised her sound substantially, gravitating toward a caustic brand of electro-rock that's lent itself perfectly to her outlandish latex outfits and erratic on-stage antics."

 

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