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The Glass Wall

November 6, 2012 | Format: MP3

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This is a very serious, heavy, produced album. It reminds me a little of Janelle Monae's Archandroid, which has had an obvious influence of several other established artists lately. So I guess I'm torn. I really like this album, but it doesn't feel like an Imani Coppola album. I'm all for experimentation, of course, but I do miss her unique humor and attitude on this one. Then again, it was only 2011 that we got the sublime second Little Jackie album, which had a double helping of that Imani.
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I've been listening to Imani since her debut almost 15 years ago, and she hasn't lost any of the originality that I was drawn to way back then. This is a great album. The production is quite slick, the songwriting is creative, and the content varies enough to keep things interesting (i.e. the track don't all "sound the same"). I found it to be generally upbeat, even on songs that have fairly dark lyrical content. The Kids Are Dangerous, The Same Pain, and Catch 22 are my faves so far, though there are plenty of good tracks to be found. My only complaint is that I think Imani can do more with her voice than is explored on this record, and I would have liked to heard a ballad or two (...next album perhaps). But, that's a minor quibble. I recommend this highly for fans of hers, and would say to newbies to give it a shot because I think it's a very accessible record and easily her most "contemporary" sounding one.
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I think this was her best album. She really stepped her game up. Out of 13 songs I listen to 10 constantly.
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Love Imani
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