Raw Stevens - Frantic mp3 flac
- Album: Frantic
- MP3: 1460 mb | FLAC: 1620 mb
- Released: 1997
- Style: Electro
- Rating: 4.7/5
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Frantic is the eleventh studio album by British singer Bryan Ferry, the former lead vocalist for Roxy Music. It was released on Virgin Records in 2002. The majority of tracks were produced by the team of Rhett Davies, Colin Good, and Bryan Ferry; David A. Stewart and Robin Trower also co-produced several tracks
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Stevens' first album, A Sun Came, was released in 2000 - the same year as Bright Eyes' gut-wrenching Fevers and Mirrors. Sufjan's woodsy prayers were the antidote to Conor Oberst's strung-out eulogies. Sufjan Stevens didn't sound like Bright Eyes, but their audience had a high crossover: sad kids from suburbia convinced that being born in a landlocked state was the worst kind of fate. The album opens with "Death with Dignity," a delicate, finger-plucked song that makes it clear Sufjan is shedding the electronic wonk of 2010’s The Age of Adz. "I forgive you mother, I can hear you," he sings with a strained softness, "But every road leads to an en. Stevens is a devout Christian, and his religious fervor hasn’t waned - it’s just less optimistic. And while more than a decade ago, other bands turned their torment into frantic battle cries, Sufjan Stevens is suffering with quiet dignity.