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King Crack - Danielle Dax - Blast The Human Flower (CD, Album)

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  1. Aug 11,  · referencing Blast The Human Flower, CD, Album, 9 Firstly, although I don't usually like to begin a review on a negative note, I must say I was surprised to learn a minority of Danielle Dax fans considered this a "mainstream sell-out" and "too commercial"; it was as though they had something against Ms Dax signing to a major record label /5(93).
  2. Aug 11,  · Though a little smoother in sound and texture in comparison to 'Inky Bloaters' () and, musically, miles apart from 'Pop Eyes' and 'Jesus Egg That Wept' (), 'Blast The Human Flower' () stands as a remarkably unique, well-crafted, cohesive project (and on a personal note it was this album that hooked me as a Dax fan for life and /5(35).
  3. "King Crack" is very good but a bit to obvious for the normally obscure Dax. "Daisy" is one of my favorites here, a stripped down acoustic marvel that lets her voice stand out. Toward the end comes the most definitive Dax-type song on the album, "The Living and Their Stillborn". It's mysterious and intentionally disjointed/5(18).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Blast the Human Flower - Danielle Dax on AllMusic - - This is another interesting outing from Danielle 9/
  5. Label: Noble Rot - NOT • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Synth-pop, Experimental Danielle Dax - Blast The Human Flower (, CD) | Discogs/5(8).
  6. ‎Album · · 10 Songs. 10 Songs, 44 Minutes Preview. Blast the Human Flower Danielle Dax Pop ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 The ID Parade 2 Tomorrow Never Knows 3 Big Blue '82 4 Bayou 5 King Crack 6 Daisy 7 Dead Man's Chill 8.
  7. Blast The Human Flower (Cassette) Sire Records Company 92 - Canada Blast The Human Flower (LP) Sire - Germany Blast The Human Flower (CD album) Noble Rot NOT - US The Id Parade Tomorrow Never Knows Big Blue '82' Bayou King Crack Daisy Dead Man's Chill
  8. Blast the Human Flower is an album by English experimental musician Danielle was her first album recorded while signed to Sire Records.. All words were written by Dax, and the music was written by Dax and David Knight except for "Daisy" and "16 Candles", for which the music was written by Dax alone, and "Tomorrow Never Knows", a cover of the Lennon/McCartney song.
  9. Artist: Danielle Dax Category: Rock Name: Blast The Human Flower Size: mb Quality: flac, MP3.

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