Sarah Blasko - Eternal Return mp3 album
THE journey to Sarah Blasko’s latest album Eternal Return has been one of growth, both professionally and in her personal life. Inwardly, the pressure must be on. This is a warm-up show for invited guests, only 48 hours until she introduces the album with a show at Sydney Opera House. But on this night, everything already feels right - the band, the songs, the sound, which is electronic yet warm.
Sarah Blasko never ceases to impress with each album release: Eternal Return can easily be welcomed by fans with open arms, it’s amazing how diverse she can be with each LP. This sound is a side to Blasko that had yet to be seen as she usually shrouds herself with curious lyrics and d pop melodies. Her contribution to synth-pop is to be admired and desired. TRACKLIST: 01. I Am Ready (4:30) 02. I Wanna Be Your Man (3:53) 03. Better With You (4:23) 04. I'd Be Lost (4:30) 05.
Sarah Blasko – Eternal Return. Label: Universal Music – 4751310, EMI – 4751310. All songs written by Sarah Blasko (Sony/ATV Music Publishing) with Ben Fletcher (Control), David Hunt (Control), Nick Wales (Control), Laurence Pike (Control), Burke Reid (Control). Produced & engineered at The Grove Studios.
Eternal Return, 2015. I Wanna Be Your Man, 03:53. Better with You, 04:23. Maybe This Time, 03:40.
Sarah Blasko’s Eternal Return feels sad in the way Swedish band the Cardigans once made epic, lush sweeps of sadness that many people misinterpreted as jaunty chart pop. Sarah Blasko: There’s strength in taking songwriting away from your identity. Blasko has a real way around a memorable melody, a lovingly layered slab of synthesiser. This album feels epic, in the way Bruce Springsteen and Donna Summer once felt epic, back around the middle of the 70s, making sad, sensual anthems of everyday observation and desire that many people mistook for throwaway radio fodder. Do not mistake the lightness of touch on Only One for lightweight, or the McCartney-esque woozy opening of Luxurious for retroactive pop music. Eternal Return radiates with (seemingly) effortless pop goodness, the way groups like Blondie once did, and yes, in places it is totally heart-wrenching.
Artist: Sarah Blasko. Album: Eternal Return. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: February 13, 2018 - Sarah Blasko – Depth Of Field (2018). February 4, 2014 - Sarah Blasko – I Awake: Live At The Sydney Opera House (2014). October 25, 2012 - Sarah Blasko – I Awake (2012). Archive, Indie, Top. 2 Responses.
|I Am Ready|
|I Wanna Be Your Man|
|Better With You|
|I'd Be Lost|
|Maybe This Time|
|Say What You Want|
|4751310||Sarah Blasko||Eternal Return (CD, Album)||Universal Music, EMI||4751310||Australia||2015|
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|MVLP1004||Sarah Blasko||Eternal Return (CD, Album)||Mvka Music||MVLP1004||Europe||2015|
|4755574||Sarah Blasko||Eternal Return (LP, Album)||Universal Music, EMI, onelouder||4755574||Australia||2015|