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Reseña de álbum

While Kate Nash's debut was clever and brash, her second album, My Best Friend Is You, initially sounds akin to the throwback soul of Amy Winehouse. Both the opener "Paris" and the first single "Do-Wah-Doo" feature plenty of brass and piano with insistent drumming and handclaps. The second half of the album finds Nash back in the green pastures of her past, biting and bile-filled, with productions that suit her songwriting. It's led by the jagged "I've Got a Secret," in which Nash puts on her best angelic school girl impression to drive her point home ("You don't love me"). The other highlight is "I Just Love You More," simply a distorted guitar hook and Nash repeating the title until she bursts into screams for the chorus.

Reseñas de usuarios

Not great at all

I loved her first album. But this one isn't good at all. There is no connection to her singing and the music or the lyrics. It sounds as if she got "cocky" cause her first album sold so well, and now she wants to "mature" to a more indie sound. The reason her first album was so great was the contradiction between happy music, with darker lyrics. Her voice falls gracefully into those songs. On this album she is just jump anywhere without notice or caution. It shows. None of these songs carry the same feeling as D*** Head, Merry Happy, or foundations.

good album

in my opinion, made of bricks is better. but this is a good album also. my favorites are Paris, Kiss the Grrrl, Don't You Want To Share the Guilt, Pickpocket, and I Hate Seagulls

Darker and Deeper.

I'm not so sure if I like this album as much as Made Of Bricks because it's much, much darker. Her voice is still fantastic and her songs are still intriguing, but it's less happy and light than her first album. My favorite songs include Paris, Kiss That Grrrl, Don't You Want To Share The Guilt?, Do-Wah-Doo, Take Me To A Higher Plane, Later On, Pick Pocket, and I Hate Seagulls. I'm definitely not a huge fan of I Just Love You More. It's just a ton of screeching. Overall, this album is still amazing by an incredible artist. Honesty just radiates out of her voice, and it's easy for me to find my own meanings to her songs. You'll definitely enjoy this.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 06 de julio de 1987 en Dublin, Ireland

Género: Pop

Años de actividad: '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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