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Fight Like a Girl [Explicit]

24 July 2012 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 24 July 2012
  • Label: The Asylum Emporium
  • Copyright: 2012 Emilie Autumn
  • Total Length: 1:04:30
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B009960UII
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,981 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. P. Moore on 8 Jan. 2014
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Emily Autumn defies description as an artist. If you want industrial, electronica, rock, broadway? She's got you covered. Fight like a girl is an anthem for the oppressed, the downtrodden, the angry...... Give it a listen, you won't regret it.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Heather Streatfield on 14 Oct. 2013
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I adore this album and I've seen it live! These songs are the basis for Emilie's upcoming musical and I cannot wait to see it!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Melissa B on 27 Sept. 2014
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Not for me - I was expecting someone along the lines of Opheliac, I got something to cure my insomnia but not in a good way.
The whole "Mentally ill" fandom is just snoreworthy. Emilie's put the violin down to put the finger up at those that obviously see through her stupid fantasy of 'English victorian lady', your an american whine ass that needs to move on - As a sufferer of Manic depression in a way this album pisses me off. Her writing skills are too lacking, for those that like the book, Great! I am sure the writers of the original works she's so obviously stole her ideas from (No wait emilie does not steal ideas - even Lady gaga steals from her) are proud she managed to pull this off and their work has inspired her so. She lies, She is like a broken recording drowning out whatever talent she has. Cant believe I waited two years for this.... Lame.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lydia pang on 27 Sept. 2014
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Emilie has lost what she had with the likes of Opheliac - The mental health issue she 'Apparently' suffers is being beyond glamorised. Her talents are being put to waste with this album. This album recaps melodies from older songs from Opheliac those tracks being better produced with stronger lyrics. Emilie has become very childish and set in her ways - She been more famously known as a liar rather than bipolar. I miss her heart felt honesty.

I have loved emilie for many years long before Opheliac but waiting for this for two years really was not worth it. I am tired of this continuous focus emilie has on being a victim - and of her feminism - All women feel strong about their sex - she's not alone but she is too dramatic.

I understand she loves a bit of theatre but the music video also was a let down - over acted by her more than anyone. I am seriously upset with this release that I feel did not deserve my hard earned cash. Those that do adore it I feel are the so called 'Plague rats', lost in her manipulative world.

I officially will no longer listen to this artist - I am bored to death with her but don't get me wrong I was very much the first to book my tickets to her concerts before this "Asylum for wayward victorian girls" tripe landed itself at our doors. Another issue I must stress annoys me - The "Victorian" is not there - The harpsichord for one was not fashionable during this period. I don't like her wanting to try and be some british poor Victorian street walker when she is in face a rich born american.

Her poetry is very ill-educated and lacks construction - The book is a complete rip off from various sources. Emilie, I am tired of the lies and bored with what you have become to be -

Yours

Plague rat.
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4 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. E. Knowles on 1 Aug. 2013
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Rehashed melodies of older more successful tracks, flat lyrics and a childish and above all a fallacious interpretation of modern mental health care make for an album which doesn't come close to the grandeur of Opheliac or even the slightly clumsy efforts of a young, new artist heard in Enchanted.

It falls far short of any of her previous work, and for an album two years in the making, it really deserves to be better. Instead we're treated to a slew of Feminism 101, lacking in any real nuance; and the continued of use of a by now slightly tired pseudo-innocent persona which doesn't serve her music nearly so well (in comparison to, say, Thank God I'm Pretty.)

The music underlying the lyrics is subtle, and itself a vast improvement on prior fare, but due to the lyric-centric structure of her non-instrumental albums and singles it's too little to save what I would be generous to call a mediocre album.
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Great music!
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Glass90land on 30 Oct. 2012
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If you are a disapproving parent, misogynistic male, not willing to look beyond the surface or just scared of the ideas of stereotype or genre breaking, then you've probably not even got this far, Emilie Autumn will have been dismissed or damned. If you are a teenage girl battling with the trials of adolescence, then you probably won't be here either, for Emilie Autumn can do no wrong. If you are open minded and interested in getting behind the façade to the Music, then this opus is well worth a listen.

Autumn is almost an entirely self made independent star, and this album forms the third part a cycle of vocal works that track her development as a human being suffering from bipolar syndrome, this done in a way so personal that would have been impossible in the mainstream world dominated by producers and executives from which she bravely broke free. Autumn is not one of those lost young women writing introspective `feel sorry for me' lyrics to a dreary producer driven backing, she is a first rate and versatile songwriter, musician, composer and producer writing thoughtful, multi layered songs and composing fitting and interesting music - the best of Sandy Denny, Kate Bush and Madonna rolled into one. From the escape into fantasy in the delightful and sometimes innocent debut Enchant, the horrific reality of her illness in the spikey and often difficult Opheliac, and now to her struggle to regain control of her own life in "Fight Like a Girl" - a truly magnificent work with a beautifully crafted combination of power (e.g. Time for Tea, If I burn), excitement (The Key), pathos (Gaslight), grace & sensitivity (I don't understand), and fear (the cleverly short "Hell is Empty").
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