Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Deleted member 312, Apr 5, 2015.
May we presume the man pictured is the father? Who is he?
Aww bless her and little Monty Boots!
I had no idea she was expecting! Only just got her new album.
Bit late to the party with this, but finally got round to checking out the new album, and 3 tracks in and I love it so far. Might bag myself a vinyl.
"I Specialise In Love" with Tia Kofi out Friday.
That is amazing!!!
Could be good. Hopefully we’ll actually get a version of it - there was one Boots collab that I don’t think ever saw the light of day (can’t remember it now but it was brilliant!)
…ashamed to admit I’ve still not really played her new album…
Get it out! Such a great album. Was surprised just how good it is.
I must do. It arrived with a lot of other albums and though I’ve not properly filed it yet it’s found itself on a ‘to listen to’ shelf which I’m making slow progress going through. Always happens when I do this - shouldn’t bulk buy music!!
What a bop!
with a song that good you can't really go wrong
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vinyl arrived looking good sounding great
Just had a great time playing Working Girl in full. What a neat album! Every aspect clicks so well with the rest, from the production to the lyrics or the artwork.
Sitted on this new album for way too long only to discover how good it is. I hate when I do that! I was actually scared to be disappointed because I didn't like (and I still don't) Silver Balloons and Landline but Out (Out), Crying On The Inside, Want You Back?, Nothing Ever Changes, Deborah, and the title track astonished me real good.
Working Girl is such a solid album, I played it through at the weekend and remembered how great it was.
I’ve been giving the album a few more listens over the last week, definitely enjoyed it more now than I did initially. Has major disco / Abba vibes (in a few places I nearly started humming specific tracks) but what I’ve grown to like more than ever is that it has that chilled bar watching the sunset vibe - just a shame summer has cleared off now I’m more in tune with the album. Keeping think Sally Shapiro/ Saint Etienne too as I listen.
Nocturnes is still far and away her best, Hands is pop brilliance, but this is an improvement on Working Girl so that’s good.
I also love the Baggy mix of Meet Again
Working Girl is epic though?
I never really liked it. Some of the singles that followed it were good but I never go back to it as an album. Unlike Nocturnes which is rarely off my phone
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