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A very emotional singer with a deep, dusky, alto voice.
"Faster" comes out like a declaration of independence, and "Sidedish Friend" makes a powerful yet intimate statement about relationships on the side.
If Happenstance was about the excitement love has to offer, Elephants...Teeth Sinking into Heart is about the pain love has to offer.
I purchased the Japan edition, which includes all songs plus a bonus track on one CD. Rachel has a very unusual voice, which fits perfectly with the songs on this album. Read morePublished 3 months ago by windsun33
album - diverse and rich track list, vocals, songwriting and production, and sounds great on vinyl.
the track 'elephants' is a masterpiece.
She is so amazing. Her voice is so different than anyone else I have ever heard. Worth every penny and you should check out her other CD'sPublished 21 months ago by Cazbaz
It works fine, but it came with soft cover (paper cover).
I am not sure it is official CD from the company...
In the middle of the CD, there is gap.
I couldn't be happier! This CD is amazing and exceeded largely my expectations. It's one of the few CD's in which I love every song. I'm totally blown away by Rachael's voice!Published on October 16, 2012 by eamv
This is a concept CD, where she divided it into separate discs. 1st disc is about the emotions of breaking up with someone. Read morePublished on January 9, 2010 by F. Back
One of the most impressive artists I've had the privilege of discovering recently, Rachel Yamagata has the ability to chill my bones while warming my heart; and she does it... Read morePublished on October 12, 2009 by Andrew Ellington
Thank God for musicians like Rachael Yamagata. In a time when musicians are increasingly selling out to instant gratification and commercial fads, Yamagata insists on expressing... Read morePublished on October 3, 2009 by Steven Ooi