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Slow Motion Addict -- Amazing!

Carina Round's "Slow Motion Addict" is an absolutely stunning album. You will be completely blown away by her amazing voice, fantastic song-writing, and the general sweep of this album. From the take-no-prisoners rock goddess delivery of "Take the Money" and "Same Girlfriend" to the sultry siren approach on "Downslow" to the triumphant stance of "Come to You" Round is in fine form from top to bottom. You'll want to listen to this album over and over. Put it on "repeat" on your iPod and your favorite song will keep changing because they're all so good. Enjoy!

Wow - I WILL "Come To You!"

What a voice. Amazing record. I love "Come To You!" That is one epic anthem!! -BB

Long Time Coming

"Slow Motion Addict" is evidential proof of the growth Carina Round has undergone since 2003's "The Disconnection." That four-year gap is immediately evident at the start of the first track, "Stolen Car." Doubled vocals falsely attenuate your hearing right before the rest of the music kicks in full force. The closeness and seduction that "The Disconnection" captured so well isn't necessarily gone, just slightly overshadowed by the ache and disillusionment that songs like "Take the Money," "Come to You," and "January Heart" display. While Round certainly hasn't lost her touch crafting vocal melody, the album lacks some of the vocal acrobatics and complexity of her last release. Instead, more emphasis is placed on other instruments. Electronic beats gently accentuate pieces of songs, or an understated synth part gently makes itself known in a track where the guitars and drums are much more aggressive. We don't hear much of the stand-up bass that covered almost all of her last two releases, but the tracks don't seem to be missing it; the electric bass is a better choice for the predominantly energetic and in-your-face song content. Overall the album doesn't disappoint. Just don't expect the sultry allure that pulled you in to "The Disconnection." This album wants to jump start your heart before confiding all its secrets and fears to you.


Born: 1979 in England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Before gathering similarities to the likes of PJ Harvey, British singer/songwriter Carina Round got her start with a short stint at Birmingham's famed Ronnie Scott's club in 1996. Within several years, she had gained attention through support billings for Mark Eitzel, David Gray, the Wonder Stuff's Miles Hunt, and most notably Ryan Adams, who later asked her to perform at several of his London shows. Carina Round soon expanded her sound with the additions of drummer Marcus Galley and double bassist...
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