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Mina Caputo – As Much Truth As One Can Bear (2013)

17-01-2014, 05:48
Rock | Alternative

Mina Caputo – As Much Truth As One Can Bear (2013)

Artist: Mina Caputo
Title Of Album: As Much Truth As One Can Bear
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Mina Caputo
Genre: Rock, Alternative Rock
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 52:09
Total Size: 122 MB
WebSite: amazon


1. Mina Caputo - Identity (3:35)
2. Mina Caputo - Jealous (4:04)
3. Mina Caputo - Runaway Girl (3:21)
4. Mina Caputo - The Unshaken (3:27)
5. Mina Caputo - Alone (3:38)
6. Mina Caputo - Over The Moon (4:35)
7. Mina Caputo - My Dear Cats (2:50)
8. Mina Caputo - Bastard Angel (3:42)
9. Mina Caputo - Weep (4:21)
10. Mina Caputo - Give The Devil Back His Shoes (3:33)
11. Mina Caputo - As Much Truth As One Can Bear (4:00)
12. Mina Caputo - The Secret That She Knew (3:53)
13. Mina Caputo - Young Girl (3:57)
14. Mina Caputo - Cracks In The Mirror (3:13)

One of the biggest voices in rock music today belongs to Brooklyn’s own Keith Mina Caputo. After garnering a massive following as lead singer for the world famous metal outfit Life of Agony, Caputo went solo in 1997 to pursue an alternative musical direction. Caputo’s reputation for touching listeners to the very depths of their souls with her poetry and heartrending live performances is well earned – within a single show; she is capable of inciting both arena-sized mosh pits and breathless silence.
The past ten years have seen Caputo record seven albums with a who’s who of industry veterans, including bassist and trumpet player Flea (The Red Hot Chili Peppers), guitarist Craig Ross (Lenny Kravitz, Eric Clapton, Sheryl Crow), pianist Zac Rae (Fiona Apple, Miley Cyrus, Annie Lennox), producer Martyn Lenoble (Jane’s Addiction, Porno for Pyros, The Cult), and mixer Greg Fidelman (Rage Against The Machine, Marilyn Manson, Johnny Cash). On the festival circuit, she has shared stages with titans like Coldplay, Nine Inch Nails, Björk, David Bowie, Pixies, and Foo Fighters. With influences ranging from Led Zeppelin and The Doors to Arthur Rimbaud and William S. Burroughs, Caputo is unafraid to mine new musical territory, as evidenced by her two most recent releases – A Fondness for Hometown Scars and Dass-Berdache.
Obsessed with hard truths, Caputo remains an intrepid conquistador of her own pain. Orphaned by heroin-addicted parents, she was forced to grow up in a dark world of poverty, violence and crime. And while themes of abuse and abandonment may seem familiar to those who follow her work, Caputo is innovative enough to shed new light on these subjects with every song that she writes. But as shocking as her lyrical content can sometimes be, the most shocking thing about Caputo is her undying romanticism – her unwavering insistence on seeing the silver lining to every cloud. As Caputo herself says, “from my own feelings of displacement, dissatisfaction and yearning comes a vast sea of compassion.”

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