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Dubstar - One album flac

  • Performer: Dubstar
  • Title: One
  • Size FLAC ver: 1947 mb
  • Country: UK & Europe
  • Date of release: 2018
  • Style: Indie Rock
  • Other formats: XM APE VOC WAV AUD WMA MIDI
  • Genre: Electronic / Rock
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
Dubstar  - One album flac

Tracklist

Love Comes Late 4:48
Love Gathers 4:28
Torched 5:09
Please Stop Leaving Me Alone 4:16
I Hold Your Heart 5:07
Waltz No. 9 3:53
You Were Never In Love 4:36
Locked Inside 5:52
Why Don't You Kiss Me 3:12
Mantra 6:32

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Dubstar One ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, Red) Northern Writes none UK & Europe 2018
none Dubstar One ‎(CD, Album, Dlx) Northern Writes none UK 2018
none Dubstar One ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Northern Writes none UK 2018
none Dubstar One ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd) Northern Writes none UK & Europe 2018




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Make It Better is the third studio album by British dance-pop band Dubstar. It was released August 2000 on Food, and spawned two singles: "I (Friday Night)" and "The Self Same Thing". The single "I (Friday Night) was released in the UK on 1 May. Some releases of Make It Better exclude the tenth and thirteenth tracks, "New Friends" and "Stay Together", respectively. All songs written by Steve Hillier except where noted. I (Friday Night)" – 2:51. The Self Same Thing" – 3:26.

The discography of Dubstar consists of four studio albums, a compilation album, an extended play, nine singles and six songs exclusive to compilation and soundtrack albums. All of the group's work was released by Food Records with the exception of their compilation album which was released by EMI alone, due to the closure of Food Records in 2001. Disgraceful (9 October 1995, Food Records).

Produced by Graeme Robinson & Stephen Hague. Is it asking too much to be given time To know these songs and to sing them Is it asking too much of my vacant smile And my laugh and lies that bring them. Written By Steve Hillier.

The third original Dubstar album, Make It Better, was released in 2000, with EMI releasing a 'Best of' compilation in 2004. Blackwood joined the band Technique to replace Xan Tyler as singer for a European tour with Depeche Mode in 2002. Shortly afterwards, Kate Holmes, the other member of the band, and Blackwood decided to write together and formed the new group Client.

Comments (2)

Forey
A fine album, yes it is. Their finest ? Not so sure. The absence of Steve Hillier is quite noticeable here. His composition skills are missed. This is not an album on which you'll find a song that you can sing along to, nor will you find yourself whistling any tune from it. Not that the songs are bad, They just lack the uplifting mood that was there on the previous outputs of the band.All songs are midtempo. And most of Dubstar is about midtempo. But there were several high energy tracks (especially on "Make It Better") in the past and there is none here.The production is spotless and we meet the familiar Dubstar sound we were used to. Sarah 's voice is still the most charming and sweet voice there is and it hasn't aged a bit. However she now sings most of the songs in a low pitch mode, sometimes almost whispered.All in all, this album is quite moody and calm. If you want to compare it with the previous albums, you could say that it is close to "Goodbye" in many aspects.
Tuliancel
Release Notes: JUST AS MANIC NOW: THE RETURN OF DUBSTAR WITH ONEDubstar – a glorious stain on the bed linen of British pop culture and the last word on decadent, bittersweet, electro-pop – are set to release their first new material for 17 years in Summer 2018. The band, comprising Sarah Blackwood and Chris Wilkie, formed in Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1993, signed to Food Records at the height of the Britpop era and had eight Top 40 singles (including Not So Manic Now and Stars) and three hugely successful albums (including Disgraceful, Goodbye and Make It Better) in the 1990s before splitting in 2000 and their long-awaited fourth record, One, is their finest album to date.Also includes a code for redemption of the full album as a digital download.

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