Florence And The Machine

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Ceremonials
Used - LP - B0016299-01
2011 180gm, 2 LP Original In Gatefold. A Brilliant Follow Up To Their Debut. A Solid 4.5 Stars. more
Ceremonials
New Import - 2784790
Sealed Latest Run Of The 2018 2LP Gatefold Reissue. A Brilliant Follow Up To Her Debut. A Solid 4.5 Stars. more
Ceremonials
New Import - 2784790
Sealed Latest Run Of The 2018 2LP Gatefold Reissue. A Brilliant Follow Up To Her Debut. A Solid 4.5 Stars. more
Lungs
New - LP - B0014716-01
Sealed Latest Gatefold Reissue. Made In Canada On Rear. “Precocious Brit Florence Welch Fired A Bullet Into The Head Of The U.K. Music Scene In 2008 With The Single "Kiss With A Fist," A Punk-Infused, Perfectly Juvenile Summer Anthem That Had Critics Wiping The Names Lily Allen, Amy Winehouse, And Kate Nash From Their Vocabularies And Replacing Them With Florence + The Machine. While The Comparisons Were Apt At The Time, "Kiss With A Fist" Turned Out To Be A Red Herring In The Wake Of The Release Of Lungs, One Of The Most Musically Mature And Emotionally Mesmerizing Albums Of 2009. With An Arsenal Of Weaponry That Included The Daring Musicality Of Kate Bush, The Fearless Delivery Of Sinéad O'Connor, And The Dark, Unhinged Vulnerability Of Fiona Apple, The London Native Crafted A Debut That Not Only Lived Up To The Machine-Gun Spray Of Buzz That Heralded Her Arrival, But Easily Surpassed It. Like Kate Bush, Welch Has Little Interest (For The Most Part) In Traditional Pop Structures, And Her Songs Are At Their Best When They See Something Sparkle In The Woods And Veer Off Of The Main Trail In Pursuit. "Kiss With A Fist," As Good As It Is, Pales In Comparison To Standout Cuts Like "Dog Days Are Over," "Hurricane Drunk," "Drumming Song," "Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)," And "Cosmic Love," All Of Which Are Anchored To The Earth By Welch's Knockout Voice, A Truly Impressive And Intuitive Trio Of Producers, And A Backing Band That Sounds As Intimate With The Material As Its Creator." AMG - James Christopher Monger. more
Lungs
New - LP - B0014716-01
Sealed Latest Gatefold Reissue. Made In Canada Sticker On Rear. “Precocious Brit Florence Welch Fired A Bullet Into The Head Of The U.K. Music Scene In 2008 With The Single "Kiss With A Fist," A Punk-Infused, Perfectly Juvenile Summer Anthem That Had Critics Wiping The Names Lily Allen, Amy Winehouse, And Kate Nash From Their Vocabularies And Replacing Them With Florence + The Machine. While The Comparisons Were Apt At The Time, "Kiss With A Fist" Turned Out To Be A Red Herring In The Wake Of The Release Of Lungs, One Of The Most Musically Mature And Emotionally Mesmerizing Albums Of 2009. With An Arsenal Of Weaponry That Included The Daring Musicality Of Kate Bush, The Fearless Delivery Of Sinéad O'Connor, And The Dark, Unhinged Vulnerability Of Fiona Apple, The London Native Crafted A Debut That Not Only Lived Up To The Machine-Gun Spray Of Buzz That Heralded Her Arrival, But Easily Surpassed It. Like Kate Bush, Welch Has Little Interest (For The Most Part) In Traditional Pop Structures, And Her Songs Are At Their Best When They See Something Sparkle In The Woods And Veer Off Of The Main Trail In Pursuit. "Kiss With A Fist," As Good As It Is, Pales In Comparison To Standout Cuts Like "Dog Days Are Over," "Hurricane Drunk," "Drumming Song," "Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)," And "Cosmic Love," All Of Which Are Anchored To The Earth By Welch's Knockout Voice, A Truly Impressive And Intuitive Trio Of Producers, And A Backing Band That Sounds As Intimate With The Material As Its Creator.” - James Christopher Monger, AMG more

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