Unwoman | Trouble

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Trouble

by Unwoman

Passionate vocals, cello, electronic beats, piano. Tori Amos meets Rasputina meets Imogen Heap.
Genre: Pop: Dark Wave
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1. Trouble
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2. Habit
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3. The Keys
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4. Pillar of Salt
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5. His, Yours, or Mine
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6. Duplicity
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Trouble EP represents a flurry of new songs Unwoman wrote in the summer of 2008. Several will be reworked for her next full-length album, tentatively titled "Casualties," which will be released in early 2010. Though the songs were produced quickly they have a refined and unified style and have been called some of her best work to date.

Visit Unwoman's site to download lyrics and a high-res cover image.

Cover image by Mr Nightshade, theblight(dot)net


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David Thompson

Aural happiness.
Heartfelt vocals, strong performance and composition both complex and subtle - what's not to love? Just don't ask me for a favourite track.

Raymond Wolfe

Only CD better than this is Blossoms
Title pretty much says it all.