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Frank Turner - Tape Deck Heart (Deluxe) (2013) [FLAC] Released: 2013 Duration: 1:10:35 Genre: Folk Style: Indie Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Alternative Source: CD (log + cue) Codec: FLAC Bit Rate: ~ 800 kbps Bits Per Sample: 16 Sample Rate: 44,100 Hz 01 Recovery 02 Losing Days 03 The Way I Tend to Be 04 Plain Sailing Weather 05 Good & Gone 06 Tell Tale Signs 07 Four Simple Words 08 Polaroid Picture 09 The Fisher King Blues 10 Anymore 11 Oh Brother 12 Broken Piano 13 We Shall Not Overcome 14 Wherefore Art Thou Gene Simmons? 15 Tattoos 16 Undeveloped Film 17 Time Machine 18 Cowboy Chords His fifth studio effort since reinventing himself as a fiery, civic-minded folksinger, Tape Deck Heart finds the former frontman for hardcore punk rockers Million Dead dialing back the political fervor and unleashing a revelatory set of breakup songs, nostalgic ballads, and hedonistic pub rockers that falls somewhere between the wounded blue-collar humor of Billy Bragg and the benevolent swagger of Against Me! Turner's big expressive voice and gift for everyman poetry loom large over the proceedings, but there's a newfound musical effusiveness at play here as well, due in part to some tastefully simple yet sharp production from Rich Costey (Muse, Weezer, Rage Against The Machine). The more contemplative pieces like "Good & Gone," "The Fisher King Blues," and the evocative closer "Broken Piano," all of which balance humor and heartache with remarkable precision, may initially put off fans just looking for the usual Saturday night singalongs, but Turner is such a likable narrator that it's hard not to root for him, even at his most wrecked. Sleek, stylish, yet imbued with the peeling paint and tattered show flyer patina of punk, songs like the somber yet defiant "Recovery," the rousing and sentimental "Oh Brother," and the mosh pit-ready "Four Simple Words," the latter of which, with its rowdy and robust chorus of "I want to dance/I want lust and love and a smattering of romance," seems destined for either an opening or closing slot on the set list for years to come, maintain the camaraderie of the genre while jettisoning its more nihilistic aspects, resulting in what feels more like a brotherly headlock than a combat boot to the noggin.
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