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So glad Anna finally released another album, it has been too long. The songs are perfection as usual.


After several years of waiting, Anna's new album is here--with a bang.

The first song, Broken doll, reminds me of a coming-of-age song. The melody is simpy perfect... 4/5 stars.

2) Car Crash: A song about a break up, in my opinion. The lyrics in this are brilliant... 5/5

3) Kiss Them For Me: The first real...upbeat song in the album. It starts out with a very-twainy-sort-of begining. It's a love song, in my opinion. But with Ms. nalick, you can never know. 5/5

4) Walk Away: Briliant. Has the potential to get Ms. Nalick back on the charts. 5/5

5) Sort Of Delilah: The strings in this song...the lyrics...this is easily the greatest song on the album. It apperes that something dramatic happened, and this song is about protecting someone. 6/5

6) Scars: Very emotional...very powerful... 5/5

7) These Old Wings: A melodic start gives birth to another potentail hit, "And what are you really holding you onto on, life is a tight rope, and your burning, burning, burning both ends." 4/5

8) Shine [2011]: A remake of the title song of her EP, Shine. It's a much softer, much more relaxed version. The same lyrics give bith to an entirly diffrent song. 5/5

9) The Fairest Of The Seasons: In an album of strong, strong songs, this song is stuck to the wall. It seems to blend in, however, if one listens to the entirety of the lyrics, the true meaning of this song is clear...4/5

10) All on my own: Another remake of a song that was sold earlier on a Charity for Japan CD sort of deal. Beautiful, a bit mainstream, and definatly has potentail to be a raido hit. 5/5

Anna is BACK!

So happy to hear Anna's beautiful singing again! It's been way too long but she has not missed a step with her poetic poignant lyrics and strong vocals. She's had a rough past few years and I love that she has stuck with her music and fans along with the ups and downs. Now a concert in Seattle will make this comeback complete. Keep shining Anna, and we'll keep shining for you. :)


Born: March 30, 1984 in Glendora, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Her love of the Cranberries, John Mayer, and Fiona Apple is easy to hear when one listens to the poignant music of singer/songwriter Anna Nalick, but it's her beloved Blind Melon that had the most impact on her career. The California native had been recording demos on a cheap cassette recorder when one of her tapes ended up in the hands of former Blind Melon members Christopher Thorn and Brad Smith. The two were now a production team and with Eric Rosse -- a producer who had worked with another Nalick...
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