Hip-hop / Funk
Electronic / Rock
Pop / Stage music
Vincent delivers her most inconsistent album yet with MASSEDUCTION. Fav tracks: pills, masseduction, los ageless, happy birthday johnny, savior. Least fav track: fear the future.
Masseduction (stylized in all caps) is the fifth studio album by American musician St. Vincent. It was released on October 13, 2017, through Loma Vista Recordings. The album peaked at number 10 on the Billboard 200, becoming her first top ten album in the United States. The album also received universal acclaim and was the fourth-most mentioned in critics' year-end lists for 2017.
Masseduction I can't turn off what turns me on Masseduction I can't turn off what turns me on Masseduction I hold you like a weapon Mass destruction I don't turn off what turns me on. Mass destruction Mass destruction Mass destruction Mass destruction I don't turn off what turns me on Mass destruction Mass destruction Mass destruction Mass destruction. The title track of Masseduction. The thesis for the album very well could be a lyric from this song: I can’t turn off what turns me on. It was the last track to come together. The words to all the verses and everything just came out in a torrent, and I sent them to Jack.
Produced by Doveman & St. Masseduction (Piano Version) Lyrics. Black saint sinner lady Playing knock-off soul A punk rock romantic Slumped on the kitchen floor. Nuns in stress positions Smoking Marlboros Lolita is weeping "The bride is beautiful".
The St. Vincent Signature Guitar. Annie Clark, aka St. Vincent, walks you through the creation of her signature guitar.
Ten years after she released her debut album as St. Vincent, Annie Clark makes her decisive move into mainstream pop with Masseduction. Masseduction teams St. Vincent with a hitmaking producer and songwriter, Jack Antonoff (Lorde, Taylor Swift, Fu.
MASSEDUCTION is the first St. Vincent album to push her guitars to the side; here, she favors flashy drum machines and roaring synth patterns. Clark will likely never abandon the guitar entirely, but these days, she seems more content to use it as texture rather than foundation. It slashes away at the background of the peppy title track’s salacious chorus, but it only approaches coming into focus during the song’s volcanically catchy outro; likewise, the bass-heavy guitars on Young Lover serve to blister this anthem’s already battered mix of pulsing drums and unsettling synth drone.
When St. Vincent speaks, the music world listens. The musician and singer born Annie Clark has long been lauded for her boundary-pushing artistry and mastery of guitar, winning a Grammy for her last effort, 2015's St. Vincent, and famously earning an invitation by the surviving members of Nirvana to stand in for Kurt Cobain onstage back in 2014. But where Clark was once somewhat of an indie darling, her life has become increasingly public as of late, in part due to her former relationship with Cara Delevingne. The album, which drops today (Oct. 13), lives up to Clark's promise. Over 13 tracks, Masseduction finds Clark grappling with themes of sex and gender identity, power, consumerism and even the meaning of her own celebrity.
Masseduction (CD, Album, Promo + DVD, EP, Promo). While sounding nothing like it, It reminds me of Lou Reeds transformer
Electronic / Hip-hop / Rock / Pop