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Laura Branigan - Self Control (1984) FLAC

25-04-2016, 20:55
Pop | FLAC / APE

Title: Self Control
Year Of Release: 1984
Label: Atlantic Recording
Genre: Pop
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue)
Total Time: 00:40:01
Total Size: 858 mb


01. The Lucky One - 4:12
02. Self Control - 4:07
03. Ti Amo - 4:16
04. Heart - 4:05
05. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow - 3:22
06. Satisfaction - 3:55
07. Silent Partners - 4:06
08. Breaking Out - 3:46
09. Take Me - 3:42
10. With Every Beat Of My Heart - 4:34

Laura Branigan's third album capitalized on the Euro-dance-pop and affecting ballads that made her an international star while allowing her to grow as a vocalist. Her collections, always uneven in terms of material, benefit mostly from her stellar voice, and this is no exception."The Lucky One" and "Heart" start slow and build to a crescendo, perfectly showcasing her range without being obvious. The title track, about finding sex in the seamy side of town, sparked a bit of a controversy, but ended up being her second biggest hit. The song itself works, but Branigan was never a sex bomb, so the fact that she pulls it off is indicative of her power as a performer. "Ti Amo" is the album's theatrical ballad, which works well with breathy, dramatic vocals. She even pulls off a graceful cover of "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" that is clear and simple, while "Breaking Out" and "Take Me" are perfect examples of synthesizer-driven '80s dance ditties. The only slow moments come with "Silent Partners" and "With Every Beat of My Heart," and that's not because they're ballads. The production bogs them down, and the lyrics are so pedestrian, you won't find yourself moved by them except to skip to the next song.

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MSCLVR   User offline   26 April 2016 13:04

I hate one-file image ripping for audio cds!!!

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atahualpaFX   User offline   27 April 2016 01:28

Thank you for sharing. 3

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talon   User offline   27 April 2016 04:31

Thanks a lot for FLAC. Anyway, there's an expanded and remastered edition released in 2013. Any chance?

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zimster   User offline   27 April 2016 11:59

I hate one-file image ripping for audio cds!!!


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