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David Usher - Strange Birds

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Reviewer :
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2007
Label: Universal Records
Genre: Modern Singer Songwriter
Producer: Byron Wong
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What can I say? The man who gave us “If God Had Curves” back in 2005 is here with another killer album. Beautiful produced personal sensual modern singer songwriter pop in a world class costume. Byron Wong is once again behind the production and what a production. Hallelujah! Sixth out “Science” is the perfect David Bowie on his way to Howie Day combo there is and the beautiful and more acoustic “Life Of Bees” smells a great Angie Aparo tune long way. And tenth out – the Marillion (Hogarth era) smelling “Blue” is a brilliant piece of work. These are just three examples. David Usher is one of the coolest artists around and he once again proofs this with his new album which is released this week. If you don’t trust me – check out his homepage and you will afterwards. 4 bright shining stars.

PS - And did I tell you about the last one out "Some People Say"? Nope - I didn´t and that is probably the best song on the whole album. Unbelivable.

Tracklisting 1. The Music
2. Brilliant
3. Ugly Is Beautiful
4. So Far Down
5. Spotlight On
6. Science
7. White Flag
8. Happy Endings
9. Life Of Bees
10. Blue
11. Some People Say


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