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Want Two [CD + DVD] Extra tracks, Limited Edition

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  • Audio CD (7 Mar. 2005)
  • Limited Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Extra tracks, Limited Edition
  • Label: Dreamworks
  • ASIN: B0007TURAM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 30,121 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Agnus Dei
  2. The One You Love
  3. Peach Trees
  4. Little Sister
  5. The Art Teacher
  6. Hometown Waltz
  7. This Love Affair
  8. Gay Messiah
  9. Memphis Skyline
  10. Waiting For A Dream
  11. Crumb By Crumb
  12. Old Whore's Diet
  13. Coeur De Parisienne - Reprise (UK Bonus Track)
  14. Quand Vous Mourez de Nos Amours (UK Bonus Track)

Disc: 2

  1. DVD Intro
  2. L'absence
  3. 14th Street
  4. Harvester Of Hearts
  5. Natasha
  6. The Art Teacher
  7. Hallelujah
  8. Matinee Idol
  9. Vibrate
  10. Gay Messiah
  11. Want
  12. Greek Song
  13. Foolish
  14. I Don't Know What It Is
  15. Dinner At Eight
  16. Beautiful Child
  17. Oh What A World
  18. Liberty Cabbage
  19. California
  20. As In Happy

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Picking up where Want One left off, Rufus Wainwright's Want Two is a deeply introspective, sometimes kinky and often personally critical set of mini-operettas that ruminate on his various relationships, drug abuse, and image in the media. Metaphorically liturgical and often classical in sound, Want Two touches on such inner-related themes as love, loneliness, sin and sacrifice. It's more focused than Want One and as such packs more of wallop both musically and emotionally. Musically, Wainwright has never seemed more in command of his muse. References to Nilsson, Brian Wilson and Randy Newman are a matter of course, but Wainwright's growth as a pop craftsman with his own unique lyrical voice--both conceptually and literally--makes such comparisons unnecessary. To these ends, lush string orchestras, cheery choirs and piping horn sections decorate the impeccably scored album and perfectly complement Wainwright's swooning vocals. Taken as a whole, Want One and Want Two work well together as a sprawling and ambitious double album that is camp, serious and utterly compelling. This version also includes a bonus DVD, Rufus Wainwright Live at the Fillmore. --Matt Collar, All Music Guide

Amazon.co.uk

The standout cuts on this follow-up to Kathleen Edwards's highly praised debut, Failer, serve notice that the Canadian artist has no intention of remaining a cult favourite in the US. The opening "In State" evokes the anthem-like sweep of Tom Petty's "Refugee," complete with signature organ by the Heartbreakers' Benmont Tench, though its lyric of a prison-bound paramour smacks of déjà vu, Failure having opened with a similar narrative. The propulsive title track, with its irresistible double-entendre hook, deserves to be Edwards's breakthrough hit, while the yearning "Old Time Sake" and the buoyant yet bittersweet "Summerlong" expose a disarming tenderness underlying her tough-chick bravado. Over the course of the album, too much of the midtempo material sounds too much the same, more inspired lyrically than musically, failing to sustain the momentum of the opening tracks. The stripped-down intimacy of "Away" will likely rekindle comparisons to Lucinda Williams, but this artist sounds eager to outgrow those. --Don McLeese


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