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Diana Gordon - Becoming

Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by IAmRockstar, Jun 21, 2012.

  1. Acoustic version of Rollin’:

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  2. I really love Rollin’. The acoustic version, but more so the original. It really is right up my alley.
  3. Love that! Diana going almost Alanis in her verses, I love how envolving it is. Guitars are really making a comeback this year, right?
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  4. Get them Sainsbury's coins, Diana

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  5. That article says nothing, but that's okay. I don't expect much from journalism these days. Excited for more new music, whenever it may come.
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  6. New EP on April 3rd!

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  7. I hope it’s a long EP! 6 or 7 songs total would be greatly appreciated.
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  8. I am grateful for the EP but didn't she say something about an album?
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  9. Her EP’s are usually 5 songs (Doleo being the exception), so I’m guessing Rollin’ + 4 new songs.
  10. I wonder if Becoming is on it too?
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  11. Diana's said that Rollin' was the first song off of her new "album", but you never know with her.
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  12. Pure has soundtracked many moments (to myself) in my life so I'm ready. She can do no wrong for me.
  13. Wasn't there a song called 'Wasted Youth' before Rollin' Hopefully its a longer EP with all these random tracks collected and quite a few new ones.
  14. AH, if she drops the studio version of Once a Friend that I asked her about forever ago, I will ascend.
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  15. She did say she would some time ago. Maybe it’ll be on the EP. I do hope it’s mostly new songs though.
  16. There are seven songs on the EP out Friday according to a recent press release:

    "The seven song, genre-bending project reaffirms Diana’s expansive sonic palette, with sounds ranging from hard-hitting trap to acoustic guitar instrumentation – she covers the spectrum."
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