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After not being blown away by the first two singles and reading mixed reviews, I went into the cd half expecting to be disappointed, but half still expecting songs like her debut. On first listen, I was a little disappointed. Several songs seemed to drag a bit, and there weren't really any big catchy choruses. Her voice sounds the same, which is a good thing. There were about 5 songs I liked, and the album's last few tracks are strong. It made me want to replay it. It started to grow on me.
Girl Like Me-The first time I played it, I thought it was a little draggy, and not very catchy. I thought it was weak for an opening track. But it grew on me quickly, getting stuck in my head during the second and third listen. It's one of my favorite songs on the album. It's a cool sounding song.Read more ›
So on the whole, this is a spectacular album.
I put it right up there with Metric and Deluka. One great song after another.
Amazing that music with this quality is still being made, and more amazing that it's not all over the radio. WTF happened to the music industry? These people should be the mega-stars of today, not Jay Z and Beyoncé. This is REAL music.
I guess the only place good music can be heard is on phone plan commercials now.
If you like Robyn, Kerli, Annie, Lykke Li, Lily Allen, Orianthi, The Black Keys, The Dead Weather, Amanda Mair or just fresh, hot music - give this one a spin.
UPDATE: now that I've spun this delicious disc for a solid day - here are some amendments to the above list: Hardcore-era Pulp, Elastica, Republica, Sleeper, Black Cherry-era Goldfrapp - all swirled together into a truly original Ladyhawke sound. This is an intense album - perfect to play loud while you drive fast (at posted speeds, of course).
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Don't know what happened to Ladyhawke but her first album was quirky and had a special attitude about it I really liked, which separated it from the usual pop cliché. Read morePublished 9 months ago by isaac heimmler
Her best album, in my opinion. Heard the song "Blue Eyes" in the Verizon commercial and had to get the album. I wasn't disappointed!Published 10 months ago by Samuel Hordeski
The song on this album blue eyes was part of a cell phone TV commercial over a year ago love it very much.Published 15 months ago by Roderick Jones
Ladyhawke's sophomore album, "Anxiety" is full of wonderful hooks, sunny melodies, and catchy choruses. I really like Ladyhawke's voice. It's very pretty and melodic. Read morePublished 15 months ago by ADRIENNE MILLER
Excellent CD. Reminds me a little of the Ting Tings. Have both of her CDs. I am looking forward to her next one!Published on April 3, 2014 by Milton O.
Heard this Album first, never heard of her until one of the online music players threw this on, I was like "What/Who/When/Where was This!! I Must Get This!! Read morePublished on June 7, 2013 by GForceXL
Many seem to describe the sound of this album in several different ways. Some refer to it as 70's rock, I've also heard 90's grunge, alternative, and the list goes on. Read morePublished on May 18, 2013 by ULTRA