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Dont Let Me Down - Solange (2) & Blood Orange (2) - True (CD)

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  1. Nov 27,  · Some Things Never Seem to Fucking Work Lyrics: I've seen you with the lights off / I've seen you and you think you love me / I've seen you with your hat off / I'm dreaming of a time you knew me.
  2. Compact disc. Credits: Written and produced with Blood Orange. Performer(s): Performed by Solange ; with acc. Description: 1 audio disc (28 min.): digital ; 4 3/4 in. Contents: Losing you --Some things never seem to fucking work --Locked in closets --Lovers in the parking lot --Don't let me down --Look good with trouble --Bad girls (Verdine.
  3. Nov 27,  · Check out True [Explicit] by Solange on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on urotlitatiternworlnisttinhumugest.xyzinfo5/5(2).
  4. Fantastic pressing. I don't have the original vinyl, but it sounds gorgeous especially when compared side-by-side to the CD/digital. No major revelation in the vocals, but the bass sounds extra warm and heavy, the highs hit extra crisp this project is full of those moments, so major pluses.
  5. Beyoncé's baby sister makes another strong impression following the success of 'Losing You' (2 million hits on youtubes and counting). Working again with Devonté Hynes aka Blood Orange, 'True' stars the aforementioned hit single 'Losing You' plus the triplet crush groove 'Sometimes Things Never Seem To Fucking Work' and the brilliant, bass-heavy swing-pop minimalism of 'Locked In Closets' on.
  6. Nov 27,  · Lovers in the Parking Lot Lyrics: Left your heart behind when I laid eyes / And said I'm up and done / The young just live / And don't look back or wait for anyone / And maybe you loved me .
  7. “Don’t Let Down” is the most experimental track on the disc, with squirrly synth stabs and cut-up vocals cut turning unexpectedly lush in a unique movement. True closes with “Bad Girls,” a lovelorn slow-motion ballad that lets Solange loose a bit vocally, going high and birdlike, turning yet a new leaf and leaving us hungering for more.

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