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  • Audio CD (28 April 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B00HDUNEKI
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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A neon noir tour de force of hi-def late-night pop, Slow Phaser marks Nicole Atkins' most ingenious and indelibly modern collection to date. Produced by Tore Johannson - with whom she partnered on her now-classic 2007 debut, Neptune City - the album is a milestone for the acclaimed singer/songwriter, her restless creativity fully realized via the addition of some surprising colors to her already diverse paintbox. Songs like the poptastic 'Girl You Look Amazing' and the sultry 'Red Ropes' positively swirl with day-glo danceability, the bright hues setting Atkins' distinctive creative voice in a brilliant and undeniable new light. Bittersweet yet life affirming, Slow Phaser is Nicole Atkins at her confident and unpredictable best spirited, sexy, and determinedly forward thinking.

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Around seven years ago, when I first saw New Jersey born-and-based Nicole Atkins on “Later… With Jools Holland” promoting songs from her début album, “Neptune City”, I fell in love with her dramatic, symphonic music and dizzyingly romantic themes and expressive, impressive voice. Second album, “Mondo Amore”, was a little more difficult to love, being slightly raw and under-produced (certainly compared to its predecessor) and minus most of the cinematic flourishes of the first. It took me a while to really understand that record, but when I did, I really quite enjoyed it, although not half as much as “Neptune City”. Considering how different Nicole’s first two albums were to each other, I was very interested and, perhaps a little cautious, to hear what her new, third album, “Slow Phaser” was going to be like. Actually, I can throw that caution to the wind, because it really is an absolute joy! The big melodies and grandiose influences are all present and correct, but they have been combined with a slightly more restrained, pop sensibility, curtailing and resisting the arguably overblown excesses of the first album (I absolutely adored it), but regaining the playfulness and sparkle which seemed to have been slightly lost on the second volume. It’s a perfect compromise.

There really are some superb songs on offer here. The darkly shimmering “Who Killed The Moonlight” kicks off the album fantastically, a clever and irresistible slice of perfect pop, and is followed with the equally brilliant, country-tinged “It’s Only Chemistry”, both songs boasting the trademark Atkins dramatic flair.
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I just love her voice and phrasing - and the way she slides between notes but have always felt her material -with some notable exceptions - have not shown her true potential. This album is not really a must-play-it again collection but sone nice moments and definitely better than her last CD. I am sure she would benefit from playing and collaborating with some more talented musicians
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I have edited this review to reflect my current feelings on the album. It has grown on me immensely! My original review is left intact and went like this.....

A good album with some really good, catchy tunes but I feel her voice has been lost in swathes of flat production.
This one hasn't grabbed me at all after repeated listens. Her last two albums I could really lose myself in. Im so disappointed to be honest because I adore her stuff.
Dont get me wrong, it is a good album, just not as good as her previous two masterpieces!

My current feelings are that this album took a long time to get under my skin. I felt the production let it down, and I still believe it could have been so much better, but, the quality of the songs themselves finally shone through. I now love this album as much as her other two.
I think it just needed one more great song but the final six songs really blow me away now. Really proggy!
Looking forward to what she does next again now!
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