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Not her best album, but still pretty great!

Part Heart - 10/10 - This is an amazing choice for album opener.
Fri-end? - 9/10 - This is a good song, but it's one of the punkish ones.
Death Proof - 5/10 - The music is okay, but Kate has an amazing voice, and she doesn't really sing in this song much.
Are You There, Sweetheart? - 10/10 - I can see this as a future single. It's a sadder sounding song, but it's not too slow.
Sister - 8/10 - Amazing beginning. Then it's gets pretty punky, and I like the parts where she sings, but some parts she just yells.
OMYGOD! - 10/10 - One of my favorites off of the album. Reminds me a lot of the last album. Happy sound, sad lyrics, kind of like Later On. She plans on this being the next single.
Oh - 9.5/10 - Kind of punkish, but not really. Good, but it sounds like there's something missing.
All Talk - 7/10 - Hardcore rebellious punk. Not too much yelling in this one though. There should be an explicit label on this one.
Conventional Girl - 9/10 - Sounds kind of like Kiss That Grrrl. There's a yelling part in the middle and another in the end, but other than that, it's a pretty good track.
3AM - 9/10 - Reminiscent of Blink-182. Pretty good.
Cherry Pickin' - 5/10 - Very punk. I'm not too wild about this one.
Labyrinth - 11/10 - My second favorite off of the album, tied with OMYGOD!. Dark. The "You Were So Far Away" of the album. I just love this song.
You're So Cool, I'm So Freaky - 10/10 - An acoustic, pretty song. The "Birds" or "I Hate Seagulls" of the album.
Lullaby for an Insomniac - 12/10 - My favorite off of the album. Starts off with a beautiful acapella, then ends with an amazing symphony (literally. It ends with a classical piece (that I think was written by her) played by an orchestra)

Preparing for angry Kate Nash fans

I was able to get ahold of this album before it came out, and now that I can write a review on it, I have to say I do not care for this album. It's not the Kate Nash that I fell in love with. Now, many people would say to me, "RAWWWR ARTISTS ARE ALLOWED TO CHANGE THEIR SOUND IF THEY WANT BLAH BLAH BLAH" And you're right, they are, but it doesn't mean that I have to like it. The Kate Nash I fell in love with demanded to be heard over the instrumentals; in this album she completely blends in. I feel like I'm listening to a completely different artist. Kate Nash was spunky, neurotic, and sarcastic in all the right ways in her first two albums along with a sweet punk background. Sorry Kate Nash, but you're too sweet in this album.

Maybe Kate Nash Was Always Punk.

And Was just waiting for the right inspiration and means to come along. I love this album a whole lot. It's the next step on Kate Nash's evolution and journey as a musician and song writer. It's raw, exciting, and nasty good fun. It inspired me to start writing a new piece, as she has always inspired me, and for that I'm eternally grateful. I will walk with Kate into hell and back with her music!


Born: July 6, 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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