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Artist: ZZ Ward Title: Til The Casket Drops Type: DTS CD Source: Lossless FLAC Stereo To Surround Method: SBU RELEASE DATE October 16, 2012 DURATION 44:35 GENRE Pop/Rock R&B STYLES Contemporary Singer/Songwriter Contemporary R&B Track listing "Til the Casket Drops" - 3:05 "Put the Gun Down" - 2:50 "Blue Eyes Blind" - 3:26 "Home" - 3:42 "Cryin Wolf (featuring Kendrick Lamar)" - 4:02 "Save My Life" - 3:20 "Last Love Song" - 3:31 "Lil Darlin (featuring The O'Mys)" - 3:34 "Move Like U Stole It" - 3:19 "Criminal (featuring Freddie Gibbs)" - 3:51 "If I Could Be Her" - 2:50 "Charlie Ain't Home" - 3:37 "365 Days" - 3:27 From allmusic: Quote: ZZ Ward grew up in the small town of Roseberg, Oregon listening to the blues albums in her father's collection and her brother's hip-hop records. By the time she was 12, she was fronting her father's blues band and learning how to control an audience. By 16 she was driving to Eugene to sing with hip-hop acts and soon moved on to L.A. in hopes of making it in the music business. Along the way, she developed a style that's a winning combination of blues, hip-hop, rock, R&B, and pop. Her influences all come together on her debut, a collection that should make her a star if there's any justice in the world. Ward has a wonderfully flexible voice, she can croon like a pop singer, growl like a blues woman, spit attitude like a rocker, and flow like a rapper. There's not a single weak track on her 13-song debut, and several of them sound like hits. Despite its dark title, "Til the Casket Drops" is a profession of undying love that combines a hip-hop verse with a soaring pop chorus. Ward's delivery is marked by the intense passion of jubilant love. "Move Like U Stole It" is a funky rocker with a strong vocal marked by Ward's wordless vocal ornamentations. "Home" is a smoldering R&B ballad with a hint of bossa nova in the rhythm track. "Last Love Song" is a quiet pop tune that mourns the end of a relationship with Ward putting a lifetime of anguish into her understated vocal, and "If I Could Be Her" updates the girl group sound for the 21st century. "Criminal" is Ward's reimagining of the Freddie Gibbs hit "Oil Money." Gibbs liked Ward's version so much that he added a rap to the track to complement her soulful vocal. In case you're wondering, Ward's initials aren't a tribute to ZZ Top or Z.Z. Hill, it's just a shortened version of her given name, Zsuzsanna, also the name of her Mother and Hungarian grandmother. DTS-CD info: This is a 5.1 DTS encoded cd. You burn it just like any other cd (wav and cue file included) but it requires a DTS decoder to playback. Otherwise you will just get a blast of noise (un-decoded DTS)! Some instructions here: http://www.surroundbyus.com/sbu/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=15 The short version is you play this in CD, DVD, Blu-Ray, or Game Console, with a DIGITAL connection (SPDIF or HDMI) to a Receiver with a DTS decoder. For DVD, Blu-Ray, Game Console, some settings may be necessary to ensure 44.1 Khz audio is BIT STREAMED to your receiver. Some software players, such as foobar2000, can also be taught to play back DTS CDs or the included DTS encoded wav and cue files.
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