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Comment: MARTHA WAINWRIGHT Bloody Mother Fucking Asshole (2004 UK debut 4-track CD EP by the sister of Rufus & the daughter of Loudon & Kate including the fantastic I Will Internalize Its Over and How Soon complete with Victorian saucy snap picture sleeve DIS0009)
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  • Audio CD (2 May 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, EP, Maxi
  • Label: Drowned in Sound
  • ASIN: B00069I7CS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,323 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Bloody Mother Fucking Asshole
  2. I Will Internalize
  3. It’s Over
  4. How Soon

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MARTHA WAINWRIGHT Bloody Mother Fucking Asshole (2004 UK debut 4-track CD EP by the sister of Rufus & the daughter of Loudon & Kate including the fantastic I Will Internalize Its Over and How Soon complete with Victorian saucy snap picture sleeve DIS0009)

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I first saw Martha opening for her brother Rufus and I was won over on the spot....
This is her first EP released in the UK and demonstrates her incredible range - from the fierce title track to the beautiful and smoky closer, How Soon. I can't recommend her music highly enough. Pick this up as a taster for her first full-length album, coming early next year.
Here's what the Sunday Times said about BMFA: 'You know that song that comes along once in a blue moon and takes your breath, and steals your heart, away? Well, this is that song. No blue editing pencil has been wielded over its lyric, and long before Wainwright blasts out the chorus with her husky, emotion-shredding voice, you are left in no doubt that she means what she's singing. "You say my time here has been some sort of joke," she rasps about her move to
New York and the time she's taken to come to the boil, "Some sort of incubating period/For when I really come around." The second time she hits the bridge, she rushes the words as the backing of acoustic guitar and upright bass struggles to keep up. The effect is thrilling.'
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There are almost certainly people who will be offended by the lyrical content of this song. And maybe rightly so. But in my opinion when such words (as the title succinctly states) are sung by an artist like Martha Wainwright who rips the words angelically from her soul and delivers them to the listener with great sincerity...the power such words have to offend is greatly diminished. In fact I wouldn't be surprised if it was her intention to explore and challenge how certain words make us react in certain pre-determined ways. The tragedy is not that such a titled song could be released, but that it could be dismissed out of hand. Not a song to be missed or dismissed.
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It's rare that you hear a song (or singer) who stops you in your tracks - hits you with a tune so filled with pain and truth that it feels like some sort of musical open wound. "B.M.F.A" is such a song.

Like many I kind of stumbled on this American 5-track EP CD single around the time of its release (on Zoe 021 432 007-2) and I've been quietly in love with it since 2005. Stylistically its part k.d. Lang - part Shawn Colvin - part Rosanna Cash - part Beth Orton - a wonderful set of songs. "B.M.F.A", "I Will Internalize", "When The Day Is Short" and "It's Over" are originals with "How Soon" being a cover of a 1947 Jack Owens classic ballad (lyrics above)...

Strange, moving and gorgeous...pick it up soon...
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LE PRIME TRACCIE DI QUESTA SIGNORA ?
LA CLASSE NON E' ACQUA
GRANDE
CONSIGLIATO A CHI AMA IL SOUNWRITING FEMMINILE
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awesome lyrics,for the track of the name of the mini album
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