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I think her first album is her 2nd best. It follows 99 Fahrenheit Degrees, which is probably one of the greatest albums of all time! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jim Sprague
This is Suzanne Vegas debut cd and is my favorite with Close Up Vol 3 States Of Being come in second. Read morePublished 16 months ago by mr. a
I remember buying this album when it originally came out in 1985. I had never heard her, but for whatever reason, I knew I would like it and I did and of course, she's done... Read morePublished 22 months ago by J. E. Harris
This work is almost like a preview to her next album (Solitude standing)
This debut shows that Suzanne already started like a great composer and singer.
This album changed my life. Something about those opening chords in Cracking with Suzanne Vega's chilly unemotional delivery just transfixed me and continue to blow me away to... Read morePublished on August 26, 2011 by Robert Katz
Like Tracy Chapman who followed her, Suzanne Vega's debut was a realignment in the folk-mainstream. While it did not have the immediate impact that Chapman's debut or Vega's own... Read morePublished on February 16, 2011 by Tim Brough
Suzanne Vega created a new paradigm for the modern folk singer with this brilliant album and the two which followed it, "Solitude Standing" and "Days of Open Hand". Read morePublished on February 3, 2009 by E. L. Green
An impressive and unique debut for one of the most introspective, and sparse acoustic players.
Often detached in her storytelling, she still manages superbly to convey a sense... Read more
This was the second CD of Suzanne Vega's that I ever bought. I figured that since I liked 'Solitude Standing' (my first) I would like this one. And I was right. Read morePublished on July 19, 2007 by Anthony Robbins