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Nobody's Daughter (Bonus Track Version)

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While you could say Courtney Love is Hole, since she is the “group”’s one constant, it is inaccurate since the sound is highly dependent on her songs’ co-writers. This doesn’t mean that the final product isn’t as fascinating as Love’s own tabloid life; it just means that there is an obvious musical variety that comes from other sources. And it’s still Love’s tortured grunge croak snarling over the tunes. Only she could chill your heart with the nasty sweep of the title track, the intense drive of the garage-to arena rock of “Skinny Little Bitch,” and the rough and raw demo, intensity turned full-on, hard-rock attack of the Love-Billy Corgan-Linda Perry co-write “How Dirty Girls Get Clean.” “Honey,” “Pacific Coast Highway” and the raw bonus track “Never Go Hungry” aim towards mid-tempo. “Someone Else’s Bed,”  “For Once In Your Life” and “Letter to God” add up to be retrospective compositions where Love sounds more like a singer-songwriter trying to find her way home. She’s been a tortured, confused soul for years and this album shows those scars brilliantly.

Customer Reviews

Courtney Love's return to form

It's not worth arguing about whether or not this is truly a "Hole" record, it ultimately comes down to the quality of the music and this music is quality. Though I don't think the record is as prophetic as Courtney has been saying (not sure why it took SO long). it's interesting and raw. Courtney proves once again that no one can write lyrics like she can. Her vocals are powerful and it's clear that she's invested in the message of her music. Though at times production value was questionable I left my first listen moved. Love her or hate her, Courtney Love has garnered a lot of "life experience" and she is excellent at translating emotions to songs. She writes like no one else does these days and that alone is enough to respect this deeply personal record.

Just amazing

I keep reading people complaining about this record. I understand that people want another Live Through This, but that's never going to happen! That was just a perfect album. Now Nobody's Daughter is simply amazing. From beginning to end it's a mid-tempo thrust into Courtney's mind. A few tracks stand out like Samantha and Loser Dust. Overall this is a solid album that I've had on repeat since it came out. If you were ever a fan of Hole, you need this album.

Nobody's Daughter

The best!! Courtney is amazing. A rock extravaganza! I love this.

Biography

Formed: 1989 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '10s

Throughout Hole's career, vocalist/guitarist Courtney Love's notorious public image has overshadowed her band's music. In their original incarnation, Hole was one of the noisiest, most abrasive alternative bands performing in the early '90s. By the time of their second album, 1994's Live Through This, the band had smoothed out many of their rougher edges, also adding more melodies and hooks to their songwriting. Through both versions of Hole, Love's combative, assaultive persona permeated the group's...
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