Ariana Grande ‎– Yours Truly - 2013 Pop - Sealed 180 Grm LP

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Ariana Grande ‎– Yours Truly

Label:
Republic Records ‎– 00602577974496
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album

RECORD IS SEALED NEW COPY
Country:
USA & Europe
Released:
06 Dec 2019
Genre:
Hip Hop, Pop
Style:
RnB/Swing

Tracklist

A1 Honeymoon Avenue
Co-producer – Matt Squire, Tommy Brown (8), Travis Sayles
5:40
A2 Baby I 3:18
A3 Right There
Featuring – Big Sean
4:07
A4 Tattooed Heart
Co-producer – Nathaniel MotteCo-producer, Written-By – Matt Squire
3:15
A5 Lovin' It
Producer – Rickey "SlikkMuszik" Offord*
3:01
A6 Piano 3:54

 

B1 Daydreamin'
3:31
B2 The Way
Featuring – Mac Miller
3:47
B3 You’ll Never Know 3:34
B4 Almost Is Never Enough
Featuring – Nathan Sykes
5:28
B5 Popular Song
Featuring [With] – MIKA (8)Producer – Greg Wells, MIKA (8)
3:20
B6 Better Left Unsaid 3:31

 

 

Companies, etc.
Lacquer Cut At – Capitol Mastering
Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BJ74029
Credits
Lacquer Cut By – Ian Sefchick

( Pitchfork) " Her four-octave range is almost ludicrously powerful, and though it still feels like untapped potential, she has admirable control for a 20-year-old. Though her songs are simple, every time she runs across a repeat phrase, she’ll attack it differently, and her melismatic loops and athletic scales breathe life into even the most staid of lyrics. Even the most hackneyed songs, like the Grease-calibre cheese of “Daydreamin", are lifted by her intonation, and when she really sounds like she believes it, the results are fiery. Album highlight “Piano”-- a surefire feel-good radio hit in the vein of Katy Perry, but stripped lean-- benefits from Grande at her most impassioned, turning a charming conceit into a life-or-death matter as she shrieks “If I got my piano I know I’ll be okay!” Even this one feels irrepressibly old-fashioned, even if it's not clear exactly what era she's pining for this time-- how many 20 year old pop stars sing about dancing to a piano?"

' If her debut album has a strength, it manages to skirt all kinds of retro with ease, not quite pastiche and certainly not your typical 2013 pop album. Ending with its one concession to EDM, the feel-good stomper “Better Left Unsaid", Grande insists that she’s “gonna say things” that she shouldn’t. It’s a low-key sort of rebellion, but it’s encouraging-- if she owns up to that promise, there’s not much that could stop that voice from taking over the world."

More Information
Condition New
Format LP
Color Black