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Kate Nash hasn’t left the angst of her teenage years behind. Instead she’s sharpened her attacks upon social cruelty and treacherous romance, using both stilettos and meat cleavers as weapons of choice. My Best Friend Is You surrounds the British singer/songwriter with an array of retro motifs, invoking the catty side of ‘60s girl group pop (“Do-Wah-Doo,” “Early Christmas Present”), the hyperactive gush of early punk (“Take Me to a Higher Plane”) and the tortured introspection of lo-fi rock (“You Were So Far Away”). Bernard Butler’s production matches thumping drums with chunky guitars and string washes, achieving particularly seamless results on the luminous “Paris” and the moody “I’ve Got a Secret.” Against these backdrops, Nash digs deep into her psyche to unleash such corrosive testimonies as “Don’t You Want to Share the Guilt?” and “Pickpocket.” “Mansion Song” — a scathing feminist rant paired with a tribal-beat track — rips into sexual stereotypes with real venom. At the other extreme is “I Hate Seagulls,” a love song of surprising fragility and hope.

Customer Reviews

I think it's great but...

If you loved loved loved Kate Nash's First album, you won't like this one as much. She's gone in a much more alternative direction which many fans won't like. I personally like both sides of Kate. But anyways I think it's amazing, and if you loved loved loved Kate Nash's first stuff and are to stubborn to change I'd recommend just buying the songs "I Hate Seagulls" (Which holds a secret track, "My Best Friend Is You") and "Don't You Want To Share the Guilt". They are the most like her first album.

Expérimental et adorable

Sérieusement, L'album au complet est excellent. Content de voir que Kate Nash peut se réinventer légèrement et ne pas sortir un cd qui ressemble au premier. Les chansons sont diversifiées et la plupart ont des airs qui restent en tête et des paroles bien écrites.


She's totally incredible !! :D
This album is full of AMAZING songs !!


Born: July 06, 1987 in Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Like simpatico songwriter Lily Allen, Kate Nash launched her career on MySpace, where her piano-driven pop songs and lyrics (delivered in a distinctive London accent) found a number of listeners. One such listener was Lily Allen herself, who rose to fame with a similar style of pop music in 2006. The two began championing each other's music via their respective MySpace sites, and Nash soon found her own success with the platinum-selling Made of Bricks. Although born in Dublin on July 6, 1987, Nash...
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