Emilie Autumn | Fight Like a Girl

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Fight Like a Girl

by Emilie Autumn

Emilie Autumn's long awaited followup to her debut masterpiece, "Opheliac", the entirely self-written/performed/recorded/produced "Fight Like A Girl" is a rock opera for the dark at heart.
Genre: Rock: Rock opera
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1. Fight Like a Girl
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2. Time for Tea
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3. 4 O'clock Reprise
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4. What Will I Remember?
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5. Take the Pill
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6. Girls! Girls! Girls!
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7. I Don't Understand
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8. We Want Them Young
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9. If I Burn
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10. Scavenger
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11. Gaslight
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12. The Key
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13. Hell Is Empty
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14. Gaslight Reprise
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15. Goodnight, Sweet Ladies
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16. Start Another Story
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17. One Foot in Front of the Other
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Written, performed, recorded, and produced by Emilie Autumn.
Mixed & mastered by Ulrich Wild.

With her new album, Emilie Autumn makes her Broadway intentions ever more clear. Like her live stage show, this is not rock, not for radio, not for MTV. This is musical theatre, rock opera, and proud of it. Experience just a taste of the epic journey that mirrors Emilie's autobiographical fantasy novel, "The Asylum For Wayward Victorian Girls".


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K. Writerly

Sets the bar
Emilie Autumn's album "Fight Like a Girl" is my first foray into rock opera and I have been blown away. The track samples offered here just do not do the album justice. You really need to listen to the whole work non-stop to appreciate how astounding it is.

The subject matter is dark - "madness" in women of the Victorian Era - but where other performers and artists might have focused solely on expressing anger and outrage at the male-dominated medical profession which torments its patients, Emilie goes deeper, darker, and even brighter, creating a story full of vibrant and memorable characters as she adds layer after layer to the universe she has created. "Fight Like a Girl" is not just a story of pain and rage and subjugation, but it's a story of strength and hope, innocence both lost and retained, and the terrifying moment of encountering a future in which you are now free.

And, speaking of memorable characters, I am beyond impressed by Emilie's vocal talent. Although I (obviously) wasn't watching her live, I could envision a performance on stage - including the individual characters in costume - just from her voice, timing, and inflection. I've never encountered an artist with such a varied range of talent.

Upon a first listen, the title track "Fight Like a Girl" doesn't seem to belong with the opera which follows, but actually it is a marvelous bridge between the very last song - "On Foot in Front of the Other" - and "Time for Tea". If you put the disc on repeat, it cycles seamlessly.

I'm very much looking forward to future works by Miss Emilie Autumn and, in the meantime, will be savoring this extraordinary and powerfully emotional opera.