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Made Of Bricks

by Kate Nash

Made Of Bricks by Kate Nash

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Made Of Bricks

by Kate Nash

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Label: Geffen
Kate Nash owes much of this album's success (it had already gone platinum in the UK at the time of its domestic release) to a few choice MySpace plugs from Lily Allen, but her sound nicks largely from Regina Spektor. This jaunty, mostly piano-driven set bears more than a passing resemblance to Spektor's theatrical songcraft and effervescent vocals, with Nash deftly shuffling moods - from the achingly sparse "Nicest Thing" to the sinfully saccharine "Foundations" to the traipsing "Pumpkin Song" - as only a flighty urban twentysomething can.

About This Album

Kate Nash owes much of this album's success (it had already gone platinum in the UK at the time of its domestic release) to a few choice MySpace plugs from Lily Allen, but her sound nicks largely from Regina Spektor. This jaunty, mostly piano-driven set bears more than a passing resemblance to Spektor's theatrical songcraft and effervescent vocals, with Nash deftly shuffling moods - from the achingly sparse "Nicest Thing" to the sinfully saccharine "Foundations" to the traipsing "Pumpkin Song" - as only a flighty urban twentysomething can.

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About This Album

Kate Nash owes much of this album's success (it had already gone platinum in the UK at the time of its domestic release) to a few choice MySpace plugs from Lily Allen, but her sound nicks largely from Regina Spektor. This jaunty, mostly piano-driven set bears more than a passing resemblance to Spektor's theatrical songcraft and effervescent vocals, with Nash deftly shuffling moods - from the achingly sparse "Nicest Thing" to the sinfully saccharine "Foundations" to the traipsing "Pumpkin Song" - as only a flighty urban twentysomething can.