Tales from the Thames Delta
Download links and information about Tales from the Thames Delta by The Milk. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 43:48 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop|
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|1.||Broke Up the Family||3:44|
|3.||(All I Wanted Was) Danger||3:21|
|5.||Nothing But Matter||4:14|
|8.||Picking Up the Pieces (feat. Idris Elba)||4:50|
|9.||Every Time We Fight||4:18|
|10.||Chip the Kids||4:09|
|11.||Lay the Pain On Me||3:52|
This debut from England's The Milk is 45 minutes of big surprises, from the group's odd name and strangely out-of-place album artwork (better suited to, say, The Hives or The Libertines) to the huge, infectious R&B-rooted stomper "Broke Up the Family," which opens the album, and the gospel-tinged piano ballad that closes it ("Lay the Pain on Me"). With a voice as viscous and savory as king crooners Cee Lo Green or Aloe Blacc (check "B-Roads" or "Picking Up the Pieces" for a shot of hearty, radio-friendly soul), Rick Nunn and his band stir up an intoxicating blend of Northern soul and vintage R&B with astonishing ease and warmth, never looking back at the band's punk roots. A shot of hip-grinding blues here ("Kimmi Kimmi"), a hint of ska there ("Nothing but Matter"), and pungent doses of Motown ("Every Time We Fight," "Chip the Kids") make Tales from the Thames Delta a fantastically sweat-inducing good time. If The Milk manages to evolve its retro leanings into something even more contemporary down the road, that'll surely be something to see.