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Death Proof

by Kate Nash

Death Proof by Kate Nash

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Death Proof

by Kate Nash

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Label: Have 10p Records.
After playing feisty lovesick girl on her debut, then retro soulstress on her follow-up, Kate Nash is now a seductive rock chick on this five-song EP, a peek into her third album, Girl Talk. No surprise that the title track is inspired by the Quentin Tarantino film of the same name, what with its sleazy, retro rock guitar, chugging bassline and our femme fatale coolly claiming, "I have no time to die." From there, Nash starts to growl and yelp a heck of a lot like Karen O, particularly on the playful "I Want a Boyfriend" and the string-enhanced Kinks cover, "All Day and All of the Night."

About This Album

After playing feisty lovesick girl on her debut, then retro soulstress on her follow-up, Kate Nash is now a seductive rock chick on this five-song EP, a peek into her third album, Girl Talk. No surprise that the title track is inspired by the Quentin Tarantino film of the same name, what with its sleazy, retro rock guitar, chugging bassline and our femme fatale coolly claiming, "I have no time to die." From there, Nash starts to growl and yelp a heck of a lot like Karen O, particularly on the playful "I Want a Boyfriend" and the string-enhanced Kinks cover, "All Day and All of the Night."

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About This Album

After playing feisty lovesick girl on her debut, then retro soulstress on her follow-up, Kate Nash is now a seductive rock chick on this five-song EP, a peek into her third album, Girl Talk. No surprise that the title track is inspired by the Quentin Tarantino film of the same name, what with its sleazy, retro rock guitar, chugging bassline and our femme fatale coolly claiming, "I have no time to die." From there, Nash starts to growl and yelp a heck of a lot like Karen O, particularly on the playful "I Want a Boyfriend" and the string-enhanced Kinks cover, "All Day and All of the Night."