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Victim of Love


Download links and information about Victim of Love by Charles Bradley. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Funk genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 40:23 minutes.

Artist: Charles Bradley
Release date: 2013
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Funk
Tracks: 11
Duration: 40:23
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No. Title Length
1. Strictly Reserved for You (feat. Menahan Street Band) 3:43
2. You Put the Flame on It (feat. Menahan Street Band) 3:48
3. Let Love Stand a Chance (feat. Menahan Street Band) 3:59
4. Victim of Love (feat. Menahan Street Band) 3:29
5. Love Bug Blues (feat. Menahan Street Band) 3:00
6. Dusty Blue (feat. Menahan Street Band) 3:21
7. Confusion (feat. Menahan Street Band) 3:44
8. Where Do We Go from Here (feat. Menahan Street Band) 3:11
9. Crying in the Chapel (feat. Menahan Street Band) 3:54
10. Hurricane (feat. Menahan Street Band) 3:32
11. Through the Storm (feat. Menahan Street Band) 4:42



Where Charles Bradley’s 2011 debut LP sounded like it was recorded in 1971, his 2013 sophomore album plays like it was unearthed from a 1973 time capsule. Working again with Menahan Street Band leader Thomas Brenneck, who discovered Bradley busking around New York City, Victim of Love is a natural-sounding evolution. “Strictly Reserved for You” opens with a Memphis-flavored horn section and vintage fuzz-guitar leads buzzing under Bradley’s soulful croon. This time around, his melodies are noticeably more uplifting. And why shouldn’t they be? No Time for Dreaming got Bradley off the streets, into the studio, and on an extensive tour. Add to that the fact that a Rodriguez-esque documentary about Bradley’s music and life are in the works, and it’s no wonder this album has more joyous moments than his debut. Both “You Put the Flame on It” and the amorous ballad “Let Love Stand a Chance” resonate with the sunny soul of classic Stax vinyl. Those craving Bradley’s signature melancholy musings should turn to the lovelorn title track and the funky “Love Bug Blues.”