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Fall to Grace

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Download links and information about Fall to Grace by Paloma Faith. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 48:04 minutes.

Artist: Paloma Faith
Release date: 2012
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 48:04
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Picking Up the Pieces 4:04
2. 30 Minute Love Affair 3:19
3. Black & Blue 4:02
4. Just Be 4:37
5. Let Me Down Easy 2:47
6. Blood Sweat & Tears 4:18
7. Beauty of the End 3:21
8. When You're Gone 4:15
9. Agony 3:11
10. Let Your Love Walk In 4:24
11. Freedom 3:20
12. Streets of Glory 3:22
13. Never Tear Us Apart 3:04

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The ten songs on Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?, Paloma Faith's U.K. Top Ten debut, were touched by over a dozen producers. For Fall to Grace, the follow-up, the singer worked almost exclusively with the duo of Jake Gosling (Ed Sheeran) and Nellee Hooper (Massive Attack). Naturally, as a result, it's more of a piece than merely a collection of songs. That's not to say that Gosling and Hooper don't provide Faith with a wide variety of backdrops. There's synth pop that pulses, electro-disco that just about bursts, ballads that occasionally preen and frequently roar, and grand Phil Spector-meets-Baz Luhrmann pop that teems with florid desperation. The significant uptick in theatrical flair pushes Faith to put forth maximum-effort vocal showcases that place the sound of her voice far above the meaning of the song. This steamrolls the potential for subtlety and even humor; in "Blood, Sweat & Tears," "You tell me I'm a handful, but believe me, I know" is sung with the same level of chest-beating desperation as "We can conquer the world, leave our footprints on earth." For every bullseye, like the white-hot cover of the Northern soul favorite "Let Me Down Easy," there's a wild misfire, like the societal ballad "Black and Blue" — the wrong material for a singer with a larger than life image and affected approach to singing. Commercially, she's faring well. Artistically, she's still coming into her own.