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Titanic Days


Download links and information about Titanic Days by Kirsty MacColl. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 47:35 minutes.

Artist: Kirsty MacColl
Release date: 1993
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 11
Duration: 47:35
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No. Title Length
1. You Know It's You 4:01
2. Soho Square 4:25
3. Angel 5:07
4. Last Day of Summer 4:22
5. Bad 2:47
6. Can't Stop Killing You 4:12
7. Titanic Days 5:43
8. Don't Go Home 4:11
9. Big Boy On a Saturday Night 3:58
10. Just Woke Up 4:02
11. Tomorrow Never Comes 4:47



Written and recorded in the wake of Kirsty MacColl’s divorce from Steve Lillywhite (her former producer), the songs on Titanic Days are unafraid to invoke all the conflicting feelings of a bad breakup. An immense sense of loss and isolation permeates the gentle tones of “Soho Square” and “Angel,” but the album also delves into lust (“Titanic Days”), spite (“Big Boy on a Saturday Night”), and even acceptance (“Just Woke Up”). Led by longtime guitarist and collaborator Johnny Marr (The Smiths) and new producer Victor Van Vugt (Nick Cave, P.J. Harvey), the sound design of Titanic Days merges the windswept beauty of MacColl’s voice with the earthy throb of club music, illustrating her dueling emotions. In the end, this album isn't so much about contradictory emotions as the ways in which those emotions overlap. One of the album's most intriguing songs is “Bad,” in which MacColl details a matter-of-fact revenge fantasy directed at her ex-husband and father and then turns around to solicit new adventures in unexpected places: “I want a brief encounter in a stolen car/A hand on my buttock in a Spanish bar.”