- Audio CD (18 Jun. 2007)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Single
- Label: Fiction
- ASIN: B000Q6ZMBK
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 365,226 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
KATE NASH Foundations (Limited edition 2007 UK 2-track lemon picture CD single featuring the Full Explicit Version and Habanera - Tango Version numbered illustrated picture sleeve!)
Top Customer Reviews
It's worth pointing out that Kate Nash did the London accent-in-songs thing before Lily Allen. They were, maybe still are, mates and there's been a 'crossover'.
A nice song! Pitty they edit the swearing words!
With this offering Kate Nash is saying you either like me of hate me.
As you can tell by the very generous one star I fall into the latter and not the former.
Not I have great respect for artists wh0 try to sound different. Regina Spector, Tori Amos, Lily Allan (who people always draw parallels with Kate, I feel sorry for Lily in that case) Goldfrapp. But with Lil' ol' Katie you get someone who talks most of her song in an attempt to connect with the listener, telling us about how her and her beau are have trouble in their relationship. And when she does sing it comes out flat and bored, like she doesn't want to sing it.
In my eyes, it could've been and interesting song if only for one thing, the lack of singing or song writing talent on display.
If you like someone tring to warble in a "Mockney" accent in a song that would be better done by someone with more ability, then feel free and buy this single. If not then go and buy someone better like the suberb Adele or Duffy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Didn't like it - thought it was the normal version which I love.Published 26 days ago by CHRISTOPHER P JOYCE
I heard this first on Later with Jools Holland and didn't mind it. However, subsequent listens have made me quickly realise that this is just about the worst thing out at the... Read morePublished on 6 Aug. 2007 by Cloudberry
My daughter was extremely miffed to find only two tracks on this CD, when four are clarly shown. Oh well!Published on 28 Jun. 2007 by Mr. I. Williams