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Editors’ Notes

The Brooklyn pop songstress MNDR, a.k.a. Amanda Warner, has said she had to fight music-industry heads throughout the recording of her 2012 debut album, Feed Me Diamonds, produced by Peter Wade and mixed by Tony Maserati (Lady Gaga, Beyoncé). Her unbending approach to songcraft paid off, starting with the dark and arresting electro-pop opener, “#1 in Heaven,” where she gets inside the head of Patty Hearst and writes from her point of view. Equally inspired by Henry Ford and Steve Jobs, “Faster Horses” pulses on a wobbling bass hook (without succumbing to full-on dubstep) while musing on two uncompromising innovators. If you’re looking for a bona fide club hit, "U.B.C.L." is a pulsing and seductive jam that begs for multiple remixes by A-list production luminaries. The tune also spotlights Warner’s versatile voice, as does the outstanding title track. “Feed Me Diamonds” may seem to be an uplifting pop song on the surface, but it pays tribute to Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovíc, whose politically active father was assassinated in Yugoslavia by being force-fed diamonds.

Customer Reviews

Who knew Diamonds could taste so good?

This album is literally flawless! I love every song, and each one tells it's own uniquer story, complete with a hip, fancy electro beat! It's refreshing to know that an artist is able to release a record in the 21st century that doesn't require grimy, over-told lyrics about sex, relationship issues or drunken nights in a club. Artists like this should be the chart toppers, not the auto-tuned, singer-not-songwriter trash bags that dominate the pop market nowadays...

DJ loop the $&!? Till the break of day

Best I hope she does more tracks

Feed Me Diamonds (Bonus Track Version), MNDR
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