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  • Audio CD (20 Mar. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Universal
  • ASIN: B0077RVF5I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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After one of the most sensational debut albums in recent years it's been quite a wait for this follow up, and the big question is, does it live up to it's illustrious predecessor? Well breathe a collective sigh of relief, because the answer is an emphatic 'yes'...and then some! Pip Brown, along with co-writer/performer/producer Pascal Gabriel, have once again delivered a truly sublime slice of thumping pop rock!
The enjoyable opening track 'Girl Like Me' has touches of T.Rex which leads to us to think that Pip is about to take us on a contemporary musical journey through the 70's in a similar fashion as she did with the 80's throughout the self titled first album. Indeed the excellent next track 'Sunday Drive' sounds much like a holdover from that first album, so no disappointment there then. The following tracks settle into a steady string of driving baselines and catchy lyrics - 'Black White & Blue', 'Vaccine', Blue Eyes' and 'Vanity' all top notch numbers increasingly cementing a sound not so much `80's' but simply 'Ladyhawke'. 'The Quick & the Dead' is a slightly darker number, but still in keeping with the album feel, as is the title track where Pip mixes a light, punchy score with some slightly more deeper lyrical content.
Then just when you think things are ticking away nicely into the final stretch comes an absolute show stopper - the beautiful, amazing, fantastic 'Cellophane', a standout track on what is a standout album.
'Gone Gone Gone' completes the album listing (another great track which could easily have featured on the previous album) but that's not the final number -'Human', a 'hidden' track, follows a minute or two later, and for a literal bonus it's up there with the rest of the proceedings.
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Just took delivery of 'Anxiety' and listening to it for the second time. A very, very good album! Struggling to pick a fave track - loving 'Black, White & Blue', 'Blue Eyes', 'Vanity', 'The Quick & The Dead', 'Cellophane' ... !! Sadly too many promising acts peak on their first album and then struggle. Happily for us and Ladyhawke, this album is great and in my opinion even better than the first. Agree with other reviewers that the first was obviously 80s influenced with its Numan-esque synths, but this one skips forward a few years and draws more on the styles and sounds of the mid-90s. When I hear this album I close my eyes and I am at uni again in 1994, and can almost hear Elastica, Sleeper and Garbage in it while still reminining typically Ladyhawke, with her breathy vocals and melodic tunes with an undercurrent of barely-restrained electronic synth power and distorted guitars. Good work, looking forward to listening to it again when it finishes in about 5 mins .... Thank you Ladyhawke for reaffirming my faith in unique, talented and real modern musicians amongst too many soundalike plastic pop 'stars'! Now how's that third album coming along ....? ;)
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Anxiety is a very good follow up album to her self titled first album. Filled with some catchy tunes on it that make sure they stand out in your head. The album is very "pop rocky" and a bit grittier than her first one, some might say it may have a bit more of a masculine feel to it. None the less, if you are a ladyhawke fan, get this album. You'll be pleasantly surprised.
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It was always going to be difficult to follow her acclaimed first album, perhaps thats where the anxiety in the title comes from! Admittedly, this CD slightly lacks the catchy riffs of the first, but compensates for this with a more driven sound. She rocks out a bit more on this album, more drums and guitars, some will like it and some will not but personally I love it. Anxiety has infectious energy and driving enthusiasm, the songs are a little darker and edgier, but still with that distinctive voice and singing style. All the songs on here are worthwhile, my personal favourite being Vaccine which mixes energy with great harmonies. Overall I think she deserves credit for not coming up with an imitation of her first album, you cannot accuse her of resting on her laurels. Ladyhawke rocks out on this one but without losing her unique musical style. In Anxiety she serves up a potent musical cocktail of energetic yet reflective songs, which draws me back in to listen repeatedly. PS I found the production on this very good although others disagree it seems!
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Looked forward to this coming out as Ladyhawke's original album is one of my all time favourites - a bit rocky, a bit chilled... fantastic (and if you haven't got it, I suggest you get it) [...]

This album avoids that difficult 2nd album issue that lots of artists have, managing to feel both a little retro, but also very modern in sound, and I think will be played regularly.

Favourite tracks are probably...

Girl like me
Vanity
The Quick and the Dead
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Ladyhawke's first album was a inventive and affectionate nod to the 80s. In the process Pip Brown gave us some memorable tunes that grew on you with each listening. This is very much her 90s album, but it simply doesn't grab you in the same way. Rather than sounding like a tribute to 90s music, it just sounds dated. This is Ladyhawke does Garbage, 15 years too late.

You can appreciate what she is trying to do, and if this had been more of the same from the first album she would have been criticised for being stuck in the 80s. But I was hoping for her to take the same sound further, rather than this change of direction.

That's not to say it's a poor album. It has some good tracks, and a good production. If you liked Garbage, you'll like this. That's no small recommendation as Garbage were a great band in their time. But a 90s sound-alike is not much to get excited about in 2012. A bit of a disappointment after an outstanding debut.
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