Miley Cyrus – Endless Summer Vacation - 2023 Pop Rock - Black Vinyl - Sealed LP + Poster

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Miley Cyrus - Endless Summer Vacation 
Label: Columbia – 19658781341
Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Sticker barcode. 
Parental Advisory sticker.
Pic Inner Sleeve with Tracklisting
Barcode (Sticker): 196587813413
Country: US
Released: Mar 10, 2023
Genre: Pop
A1 Flowers
A2 Jaded
A3 Rose Colored Lenses
A4 Thousand Miles
Featuring – Brandi Carlile
A5 You
A6 Handstand
B1 River
B2 Violet Chemistry
B3 Muddy Feet
B4 Wildcard
Featuring – Sia
B5 Island
B6 Wonder Woman
''If ‘Flowers’ finds Cyrus rebuilding herself after a break-up – “We were right ’til we weren’t / Built a home and watched it burn” – then the album feels like a messier, more complex extension of this process. On the dreamy ‘Rose Colored Lenses’, she looks back at the best days of a relationship when “somehow the bed sheets are dirty like sticky sweet lemonade”. But the fierce ‘Muddy Feet’, which features Sia on backing vocals and sounds a little like Lana Del Rey jamming with Kings of Leon circa-2016, finds Cyrus wronged and fighting back: “And you smell like perfume that I didn’t purchase / Now I know why you’ve been closing the curtains  / Get the fuck out of my house!” Cyrus’ ire is completely riveting.
Rose Colored Lenses’, one of six songs Cyrus co-wrote with Harry Styles‘ producers Kid Harpoon and Tyler Johnson, climaxes in a psychedelic swirl that sounds like something from ‘Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz’, the experimental 2015 album she made with The Flaming Lips. The infectious second single ‘River’, which Cyrus has described as “dancefloor banger” with “nasty” lyrics, feels like a relative of her Stevie Nicks-inspired hit ‘Midnight Sky’. And, in a way, ‘Violet Chemistry’ is a cooler, more alt-leaning update of the bolshy electro-pop sound that Cyrus mined on her underrated 2010 album ‘Can’t Be Tamed’.
‘Thousand Miles’ is a country-dappled collaboration with Brandi Carlile; ‘You’ allows her to show off her powerful throaty vocals, and ‘Jaded’ contains echoes of ’90s alt-rock anthems like The Cranberries‘ ‘Zombie’, a song that Cyrus has covered in the past. The album’s major curveball comes right in the middle: ‘Handstand’, a psychedelic fever dream co-written, somewhat randomly, by transgressive American film director Harmony Korine. The song’s trippy production and cryptic lyrics – “It’s like you saw an unicorn, you don’t understand / How I’m doing what I’m doing in a fucking handstand” – feel like another nod to ‘Dead Petz’ era.'' (NME)
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Format LP
Color Black