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David Usher - Songs from the Last Day On Earth

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Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2012-10-02 Year: 2012
Label: David Usher
Genre: Modern Singer Songwriter
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Review

Canadian David Usher is a productive and very reliable musician. All of his previous albums have been very nice with an own style and always filled with well-written songs.
This seventh studio album Songs from the Last Day on Earth is no exception from the past and gives us ten new pop gems. Think this album, however, is slightly different from the past with a slightly straighter and warmer style. Some of the previous albums have had a complex edge, which this album does not quite have. However, you will recognize David's accurate song writing directly in the tracks "See The Stars" and "Rice Paper" in which he shows how talented he is. The rest of the album follows the same line and is a very nice pop / rock album.
Not his best, but definitely worth checking out if you like what he has done before.

Tracklisting 1. See the Stars
2. Rice Paper
3. Winterstorm
4. City of Light
5. Lonely People
6. Operator
7. Stay
8. Bitter Pill
9. Burning Bridges
10. All These Simple Things
11. Partir Ailleurs
12. R├ępondez-Moi


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