Kathy Freeman | Second Skin

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Second Skin

by Kathy Freeman

Dark real life lyrics, powerful and direct vocals, and rockin' guitar rhythms
Genre: Rock: Country-Rock
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1. So Far So Bad
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2. Bitch Like You
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3. Red Wine, Gold Rings
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2:42 $0.99
4. Stay Out of It
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5. Serve With Tears
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6. Second Skin
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7. Tainted Love
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8. You Don't Rock No More
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9. Watch Me Fall
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10. I'm Alive, You're Dead
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11. Party Animal
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12. Farewell
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
12 songs inspired by the darker moments in life, this album was a long time coming but worth the wait. A cover Tainted Love is included, as it is a live favourite and a perfect fit….

“Kathy Freeman could not be further from some self-described punk acts performing today: for a start she was in at the dawn of european punk, and she showcases the link between punk and earlier styles, with her strong rock ‘n’ roll and rockabilly influences. She keeps that unfakeable raw edge that is often lost in production, and marries it to some very potent songwriting for a combination that’s decidedly hard to top. (Olli)”


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