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St. Vincent

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Rattlesnake
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Birth In Reverse
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Prince Johnny
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Huey Newton
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Digital Witness
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I Prefer Your Love
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Regret
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Bring Me Your Loves
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Psychopath
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Every Tear Disappears
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Severed Crossed Fingers
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 40:12

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Amanda Petrusich

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Amanda Petrusich is the author of the forthcoming DO NOT SELL AT ANY PRICE (Scribner), a book about collectors of rare 78 rpm records (if you’ve got a basement...more »

02.25.14
An oft-surprising collection of confident rock songs
2014 | Label: Loma Vista

“I want all of your mind,” Annie Clark insists on her fourth solo LP as St. Vincent — but there’s a sense, as with all of Clark’s work, that we’re only getting a carefully selected slice of hers. That deliberateness is part of what makes Clark one of the more compelling songwriters working right now, and the tension between what Clark discloses and what she holds back animates St. Vincent, makes it electric.

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Love her. Love it.

larri

She is so fantastically weird. Adore her sound(s). All of them.

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ST. VINCENT

riobravo

So I pray to all to make me a real girl.

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St Vincent

Dr.Don

I kinda liked the Digital Witness video with the NASA like buildings. So 89 cents what the heck. Listen to Laughing with a Mouth of Blood from album Actor.. I like that one too

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St Vincent is fusion.....

bobsal

Devo meets Prince with Bootsy Collins on bass.

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Digital Witness: The Music Videos of St. Vincent

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Outside the realm of chart-topping pop stars, there may be no working musician who manages her own image with as much exacting specificity as St. Vincent's Annie Clark. Without the resources (or, perhaps, even the desire) to stage elaborate spectacles, Clark uses herself — her voice, her band, her guitar playing and her body — as a stage, and her videos as a way to explore the pleasures and the danger of being put on… more »