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Flower of Evil (album)

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Flower of Evil
Susannaflowerofevil.jpg
Studio album by Susanna
Released 20 October 2008
Genre Pop
Label Rune Grammofon (Norway)
Susanna chronology
Sonata Mix Dwarf Cosmos
(2006)
Flower of Evil
(2008)
3
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Pitchfork Media5.5/10[1]
The Guardian4/5[2]

Flower of Evil (released 20 October 2008 in Oslo, Norway) is the fourth album by Susanna, also known as Susanna and the Magical Orchestra, released on the label Rune Grammofon. This is the second album release as Susanna, following the previous Sonata Mix Dwarf Cosmos (2007). It is a collection of low-key cover versions and also features two original songs. She is accompanied by her husbond Helge Sten (Deathprod, Supersilent) and Pål Hausken (In The Country) and with Bonnie ”Prince” Billy guesting on two songs.[3]

Track listing

(cover versions have name of their original artist listed to right of song)

  1. "Jailbreak" (Thin Lizzy)
  2. "Can't Shake Loose" (Agnetha Fältskog)
  3. "Who Knows Where the Time Goes?" (Sandy Denny)
  4. "Vicious" (Lou Reed)
  5. "Without You" (Harry Nilsson)
  6. "Dance On" (Prince)
  7. "Joy and Jubilee" (Bonnie 'Prince' Billy)
  8. "Janitor of Lunacy" (Nico)
  9. "Changes" (Black Sabbath)
  10. "Wild Is the Will" (original)
  11. "Don't Come Around Here No More" (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)
  12. "Goodbye" (original)
  13. "Forever" (Roy Harper)
  14. "Lay All Your Love on Me" (ABBA)

References

  1. ^ Klein, Joshua (27 January 2009). "Susanna - Flower of Evil". Pitchfork Media review. Retrieved 14 April 2014.
  2. ^ Walters, John L. (1 February 2009). "Susanna: Flower of Evil Review". The Guardian. Retrieved 14 April 2014.
  3. ^ "Flower of Evil - Susanna Wallumrød". Musocal reviews (in Norwegian). Groove.no. Retrieved 14 April 2014.

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This page was last edited on 2 October 2017, at 21:07
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