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All And Everyone - PJ Harvey - Let England Shake (CD, Album)


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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Let England Shake: 12 Short Films by Seamus Murphy - PJ Harvey on AllMusic -
  2. It's no coincidence that ‘The Words That Maketh Murder’ from Polly Harvey’s latest album Let England Shake, opens with the lines: “I’ve seen and done things that I want to forget/ I’ve seen soldiers fall like lumps of meat/ Blown and shot out beyond belief/ Arms and legs were in the trees.” This superior statement of protest is, weirdly, part ‘Surfin’ Bird’, part English folk song, part reverb-stunned Cocteau .
  3. The discography of PJ Harvey, an English alternative rock musician, consists of nine studio albums, two collaboration albums with John Parish, twenty-two singles, one extended play, three compilation albums and a number of collaborations with other artists.. Following her departure from Automatic Dlamini in January , Harvey formed the PJ Harvey Trio.
  4. Jan 01,  · Let England Shake PJ Harvey Alternative · Preview Editors' Notes For her 11th album, PJ Harvey steps away from the strident agit-folk that made her name in the ‘90s, writing instead a subtle and hauntingly beautiful record that is simultaneously a meditation on the brutality and futility of the First World War and a nostalgic paean to.
  5. Let England Shake PJ Harvey. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ This was the first PJ Harvey album I bought - I saw her that summer on tour with Live and Veruca Salt and a friend of mine had issues with the lack of great drumming (and the occasional use of a drum machine). out of 5 stars Why didn't I start collecting P J /5().
  6. Let England Shake is an elegiac 21st-century reimagining of the protest album, an urgent call to end global cycles of war that hits harder because of its ghostly sonics. Harvey’s voice is the focal point of Let England Shake, although its timbre sharply contrasts with the shredded wailing that made her harsher ‘90s records so celebrated. On.
  7. PJ Harvey followed her ghostly collection of ballads, White Chalk, with Let England Shake, an album strikingly different from what came before it except in its Englishness. White Chalk's haunted piano ballads seemed to emanate from an isolated manse on a moor, but here Harvey chronicles her relationship with her homeland through songs revolving around war/
  8. As the title of one of her tracks declares, the specter of death haunts “All and Everyone.” And it also haunts Let England Shake. Mercifully, PJ Harvey delivers some exquisitely tuneful songs to temper the shellshock of her lyrics. “The Last Living Rose” and “Hanging in the Wire” are lovely, ruminative ballads.

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