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Fall apart by Katie Owen from her album "Comin' on Strong"

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Published on Jul 6, 2009

www.katieowen.co.uk

Descriptive for my album - 'Comin' on Strong' - ....

Pop / R&B Electronica - a punchy collection of love songs; there's the catchy, double-entendre, 'young, free & single' club song 'Putcha finger on the record'. Followed by, 'Give it a rest' a caustic, laconic dismissal of the Lothario 'with no heart'. This gives way to the gentle, country-rock ballad 'Just when I think I'm over you' despairing in an 'on, off or over' relationship. The tempo picks up with the riotous 'Don't Wanna stop' a hedonistic girl power track; the pace falls back into 'Wrong all along'; time and tears wasted until you finally give up and say goodbye. The aftermath of unrequited love is depicted in 'Fall Apart' -- a banging rock-pop outburst of fury and pain. This is followed by the bitter indifference of 'Better things to do' a disparaging response to the one who had once dominated waking thoughts. The upbeat 'Terrified' is a roller coaster take on the giddy heights, boundless hopes and uncontrolled feelings of new love. Katie's smoky voice then takes on the plaintive 'Something from you' a plea for some sign that your love is reciprocated. The heartbreakingly smooth vocals of 'Not Without you' articulate loss in a desolate exposé of raw and lonely pain. The album bounces back from its nadir with an acerbic wit with 'OMG' -- when faced with the discovery that he's 'a woman on both arms and both legs kinda man'....oh my god, you are kidding me -- this is the end....


Descriptive for my album 'black on black'....


A dark Pop Funk roller-coaster ride; bursts open with 'You're the one to go' a rocky blast of frustration that ends the relationship with a bang. Followed by a complete change of tempo -- a heavy bass and a smoke-filled room, some cool vocals sung with disdain and making the calm statement 'I'm alright now'. The next track oozes irritation, 'Tryin' a tell ya'; an appeal to the new love to be patient and believe. There's a soothing transfer to the haunting tones and heavy beat of 'Right from the start' an original take on 'love at first sight' that offers respite from the previous tracks' more cynical take on love. There's no time to relax as we crash into 'The Reason' a derisive, searing response to what must be an actual event, so raw is the anger. In 'What you've done to me' the lasting damage of a failed love affair is breathlessly revealed. The album changes gear with the calming relaxation of 'Yes I do'; true love has finally been found. 'Faith died' reveals despair at losing someone close to you. Then, imagine the dance floor and the best dancer in the room leveling a lightly menacing 'I just might' to a jealous audience. Followed by 'One Night'; an expression of anguish, pain and loneliness. 'I lost me too' further evokes the pain of separation. The album closes with 'Can't do this' a plaintive cry for peace in a suffocating and demanding relationship.

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