Kesha ‎– Rainbow - 2017 Pop Rock - Sealed 2LP

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Kesha ‎– Rainbow

Kemosabe Records ‎– 88985-45936-1, RCA ‎– 88985-45936-1
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
27 Oct 2017
Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop, Folk, World, & Country
Pop Rock, Country Rock, Alternative Rock, Ballad, Funk


A1 Bastards 3:51
A2 Let 'Em Talk 3:16
Featuring – Eagles Of Death Metal
A3 Woman 3:06
Featuring – The Dap-Kings Horns

B1 Hymn 3:26
B2 Praying 3:50
B3 Learn To Let Go 3:38
B4 Finding You 2:53

C1 Rainbow 3:39
C2 Hunt You Down 3:18
C3 Boogie Feet 2:54
Featuring – Eagles Of Death Metal
C4 Boots 3:04

D1 Old Flames (Can't Hold A Candle To You) 4:26
Featuring – Dolly Parton
D2 Godzilla 2:09
D3 Spaceship 5:15

Companies, etc.

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Kemosabe Records
Copyright (c) – Kemosabe Records
Marketed By – Sony Music Entertainment
Distributed By – Sony Music Entertainment


Producer – Drew Pearson (tracks: 1, 3, 10, 13, 14), Ricky Reed (tracks: 1, 4, 6, 7, 11, 13)


Includes mp3 album download code. Printed inner sleeves with fold-out lyric sheet.

℗ 2017 Kemosabe Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

Barcode (Scanned): 889854593612
Barcode (Printed): 8 8985-45936-1 2

"There is still some of that; Rainbow is inevitably heavy with subtext and a need to prove something, especially on “Praying.” Kesha commits emotionally and vocally (one high note spawned actual reaction videos); the lyrics—righteous warnings that tiptoe up to the line of litigation (“We both know the truth I could tell”)—execute their intention precisely. But it’s still a pro forma piano ballad, produced by collaborator Ryan Lewis (of “Macklemore &” fame) with a plodding track and sloppy comping of Kesha’s vocals, particularly on the verses. It works more as a statement than a song. The title track, a collaboration with Ben Folds that blooms into a string arrangement, is an improvement, but still sedate.

Thankfully, the rest of Rainbow lets Kesha be her usual OTT self. Studio banter is left in; on some tracks she breaks down into laughter like her ad-libbed, “I like your beard.” Since Warrior, Kesha had fought for rock tracks, with limited success; Iggy Pop made that album, but a very toned-down version. Rainbow substitutes Eagles of Death Metal. The exuberant “Let ’Em Talk” is like closing-credits music for her own story, and “Boogie Feet,” despite the inauspicious title, is surprisingly beefy, culminating in a glam call-and-response as fun as anything she’s done. Kesha tears through country as she does rock. “Hunt You Down” is a blatant June Carter homage—it name-drops “I Walk the Line” halfway through, for those who hadn't gotten it before—and its goony stalker glee makes for something like a rockabilly version of her song “Stephen.” (Pitchfork)

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Condition New
Format 2LP
Label RCA
Color Black