Sign Up Now | Log In

Member Login


Rodney DeCroo - Queen Mary Trash (2CD) (2010)

6-09-2015, 09:34
Music | Folk | Rock

Rodney DeCroo - Queen Mary Trash  (2CD) (2010)

Artist: Rodney DeCroo
Album: Queen Mary Trash
Year: 2010
Label: Rodney DeCroo
Genre: Folk-Rock, Americana
Quality: 320 kbps
Format: MP3
Tracks: 24
Time Release: 01:42:17
Size Release: 238 mb


1 Queen Mary Trash
2 River Boat
3 Minotaur
4 Out Of This World
5 Monument
6 Van City
7 What We’ve Been Saying
8 Night Field Again
9 Mist In The Valley
10 You’re A Lion
11 Underground
12 Everything Is Taken From Us

Disc 2
1 Paris Spleen
2 You Ain’t No One
3 Pleasure And Pain
4 Elijah, Come On
5 My Love Rides
6 Napolean Hill
7 Sorrow On The Mountain
8 Matador
9 Loser And The Tennessee Girl
10 Borderline
11 When The World Was Young
12 Voyager

Rodney DeCroo’s 2005 live record, War Torn Man, was an instant classic, and it was only his second release. He followed with 2008s quietly effective Mockingbird Bible, which dropped the widescreen country rockers, but made for great company during midnight bouts of narcotic depression. On his latest, the Vancouver, BC-based singer-songwriter migrates between both poles, covering all points in between across a sprawling, inspired double album. DeCroo shuffles noir-ish genre exercises like “Elijah, Come On!” with the Crazy Horse crunch’n'plod of “Riverboat,” while his band, the Convictions ? with no less than Carloyn Mark on backing vocals ? swing beautifully from vicious rockers like “Paris Spleen” to such indelibly pretty tracks as “Voyager.” DeCroo splits the difference on the astounding “Minotaur,” pouring acid on his psychic wounds, against an almost pillow-y sound. The result is like soft rock with fangs. As ever, DeCroo’s best subject is himself, largely because his biography is a horror show of madness, violence and addiction. Canada certainly has bigger roots stars, but none who write as vividly and affectingly about the road back from Hell. “You ain’t Steve Earle, you ain’t Neil Young, you ain’t Bob Dylan,” he sings in “You Ain’t No One.” But he is Rodney DeCroo, which is really starting to count for something.

Tired of advertising and pop-ups? Join Now on IsraBox
Register on IsraBox allows you to access to the full resources. You can see torrent links, leave your comments, see hidden text, minimum advertising (no pop-ups), ask for supports and much more.

  • 0
0 voted


Users of are not allowed to comment this publication.