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As the daughter of Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle, and sister to Rufus Wainwright, is it any wonder that Martha Wainwright sometimes speaks a little louder and franker than we’re accustomed to? How else to distinguish herself in a family of outgoing artists? As her second album title teases, she’s obsessed with a married man and on the opening cut, “Bleeding All Over You,” she tells us, “There’s cowshit in your brain and love in your heart.” She likes emotional extremes and her sense of drama is still quite strong for a woman in her early-30s. And while her natural habitat might be the polite, introspective spaces of a folk-designed coffeehouse, she ramps it up to full pop-rock power for the anthemic “Comin’ Tonight” where she disposes of an ex-boyfriend and musician whom she’s tempted to “steal a melody” since suing her over it “wouldn’t look good.” “Tower Song” and “Hearts Club Band” feature quieter, moodier shrieks of passion and frustration. For lighter fare, Wainwright skips through the early Pink Floyd hit “See Emily Play.”

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She's not kidding about the "feelings too"

An album akin to one of Mrs. Lovett’s meat pies – deftly assembled pop-folk crust with serious blood and guts within. Her lyrics and the vocals are fearless and gorgeous. Listening to this album is like watching a spangled tightrope walker, you’re dazzled and also holding your breath, wondering if she’ll pull it off – yet she does. The pain throbs through the lilting gilded melodies and you can’t stop listening… and feeling. A powerful set of songs sung from a deeply honest place.

How Could It Get Any Better!

Wow, and I thought her first full-length album was superb! Some amazing writing once again!! I love the Eurythimics, but Martha does an amazing take on Love Is a Stranger! The Car Song should have never been considered a bonus track, so glad it's included! Other standouts Bleeding All Over You, You Cheated Me, Hearts Club Band, So Many Friends etc....The album is worth the standard price!! It's good to see Canada has such amazing talent like Martha, Sarah Slean and Feist who make music original and are not trying to become some marketable image to sell their music!! You go girls!!!!!!


Martha a du talent. Et oui, elle vient de Montréal n'en déplaise à une personne qui a osé critiquer ce fait. Comment peut on être si stupide. Bravo Martha


Born: May 08, 1976 in Montreal, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Born in Montreal to parents of Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle, Martha Wainwright was engulfed in a sea of music from childbirth. Often singing or performing on-stage and in the studio at an early age, Wainwright became agitated at the thought of a musical career during high school. Shunning music, she decided to study drama at Montreal's Concordia University instead. Soon after starting her studies, however, Wainwright began composing her own material and performing in clubs and coffeehouses...
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