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Ed Sheeran - x (Wembley Edition) (2015)

8-03-2016, 15:02
Pop | FLAC / APE

Title: x (Wembley Edition)
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Atlantic Records UK
Genre: Pop, Acoustic, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: mp3 320 kbps / flac lossless
Total Time: 01:41:29
Total Size: 232 / 632 mb

01. One - Ed Sheeran
02. I'm A Mess - Ed Sheeran
03. Sing - Ed Sheeran
04. Don't - Ed Sheeran
05. Nina - Ed Sheeran
06. Photograph - Ed Sheeran
07. Bloodstream - Ed Sheeran
08. Tenerife Sea - Ed Sheeran
09. Runaway - Ed Sheeran
10. The Man - Ed Sheeran
11. Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran
12. Afire Love - Ed Sheeran
13. Take It Back - Ed Sheeran
14. Shirtsleeves - Ed Sheeran
15. Even My Dad Does Sometimes - Ed Sheeran
16. I See Fire - Ed Sheeran
17. Reuf (feat. Ed Sheeran) - Nekfeu
18. English Rose - Ed Sheeran
19. Touch and Go - Ed Sheeran
20. New York - Ed Sheeran
21. Make It Rain - Ed Sheeran
22. Parting Glass (Live From Wembley Stadium) - Ed Sheeran
23. Small Bump (Live From Wembley Stadium) - Ed Sheeran
24. Lay It All On Me (feat. Ed Sheeran) - Rudimental

It's a little glib to call Ed Sheeran the U.K.'s answer to Jason Mraz, yet there's a grain of truth in that statement. Like Mraz, Sheeran plays around with hip-hop cadences but at his core he's a singer/songwriter, and a sensitive one at that, one who prefers love tunes to songs of protest, something that is quite evident on X, his second collection of original songs. Although he sometimes pours out his heart armed with no more than an acoustic guitar, he's not a troubadour; those hip-hop roots means he'll not only ramble out a rap, but he's also quite comfortable with luxurious, shimmering textures and buoyant melodies. Naturally, these traits surface clearly on "Sing," a collaboration with Pharrell Williams that contains some of the natural ebullience of "Happy," along with the upscale whitebread rap of "The Man," but this good cheer surfaces on songs that are far removed from rhythm. When Sheeran sings slow, he rarely sings sad: he's a hybrid of Chris Martin and David Grey, a boy next door who hasn't lost his shaggy romanticism. His sweetness isn't cloying, not even when the productions are aimed straight down the middle of the road, which they often are on X. His boyishness doesn't give these immaculate confections grit so much as a wet, wide-eyed puppy dog heart. Sheeran is so good at this AAA gloss that whenever the mildly manic rapping surfaces — which X does about every three songs or so — it's a bit of sand in the Vaseline, preventing X from operating as smoothly as it'd like. Nevertheless, these gangly excursions in rap are evidence of Sheeran's youth and his generation, something that keeps X from being merely a bit of excellently crafted mature pop and gives it some appealing character.





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