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Name:Sugarplum Fairy The Wild One 2008 pLAN9 (caprio4us)

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13-sugarplum_fairy-bus_stop_(bonus_track).mp3 (Size: 66.68 MB) (Files: 17)

 13-sugarplum_fairy-bus_stop_(bonus_track).mp3

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 12-sugarplum_fairy-caroline.mp3

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 11-sugarplum_fairy-harder_to_say_im_sorry.mp3

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 10-sugarplum_fairy-here_she_comes.mp3

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 09-sugarplum_fairy-loves_turning_into_boredom.mp3

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 08-sugarplum_fairy-in_berlin.mp3

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 07-sugarplum_fairy-kick_it_up.mp3

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 06-sugarplum_fairy-hate_it_when_you_go.mp3

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 05-sugarplum_fairy-never_thought_id_say_that_its_alright.mp3

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 04-sugarplum_fairy-bring_danger.mp3

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 03-sugarplum_fairy-you_cant_kill_rocknroll.mp3

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 02-sugarplum_fairy-just_a_little_bit_more.mp3

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 01-sugarplum_fairy-the_escapologist.mp3

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+----------------+------------------------------------------+----------------+
| |
| Artist : Sugarplum Fairy |
| Album : The Wild One |
| Bitrate : 210 kbps avg |
| |
+-------------------------------[Release Info]-------------------------------+
| |
| Source : CD |
| Label : Universal |
| Year : 2008 |
| Genre : Rock |
| |
| Rip date : 2008-09-16 |
| Store date : 2008-09-17 |
| |
| Encoder : LAME |
| Size : 68.98 megs |
| |
+--------------------------------[Track List]--------------------------------+
| |
| 1. The Escapologist 2:46 |
| 2. Just A Little Bit More 3:22 |
| 3. You Can't Kill Rock'n'roll 3:37 |
| 4. Bring Danger 3:34 |
| 5. Never Thought I'd Say That It's Alright 3:20 |
| 6. Hate It When You Go 2:28 |
| 7. Kick It Up 3:14 |
| 8. In Berlin 3:58 |
| 9. Love's Turning Into Boredom 3:19 |
| 10. Here She Comes 3:32 |
| 11. Harder To Say I'm Sorry 2:50 |
| 12. Caroline 3:44 |
| 13. Bus Stop (Bonus Track) 3:49 |
| ----------------------------------------------------------------------- |
| 43:33 |
| |
+-------------------------------[Release Notes]------------------------------+
| |
| The time has come for the Swedish rock band Sugarplum Fairy to release |
| their third album. And the timing couldn’t be better. The band is |
| celebrating ten years in the game. It all started in a medium sized, |
| medium rough town in medium Sweden. |
| One day some young lads decided to leave hip-hop behind and turn to the |
| sixties, The Beatles and leather jackets. Lucky for us that they did! |
| In a cellar in the middle of Borlänge the five guys of Sugarplum Fairy |
| started dreaming of playing before big audiences and making it big. |
| Playing together for six years the guys were ready for anything when |
| they released their first EP ‘Stay Young’ in April 2004. And later that |
| year their first hit single ‘Sweet Jackie’ was released in Sweden and |
| soon after that the album ‘Young and Armed’ saw the light of day. |
| Their debut album gave them attention and success in Sweden for their |
| young, careless and cocky pop originating straight from bands like The |
| Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Who. |
| After touring this album and starting to understand what it was all |
| about it was time to release album number two, ‘First Round, First |
| Minute’. This album came with a band who had grown, been through the |
| real rock ‘n’ roll times and back and a band with more self-confidence. |
| This album took them round the world and Sugarplum Fairy gained new |
| listeners and fans everywhere. They toured and toured and showed |
| everyone that this is a band to count on, both live and on album. |
| |
| And now two years later the five guys of Sugarplum Fairy are very very |
| proud to present their third album, an album they are more proud of than |
| any other. |
| The work with “The Wild One” all started at Bambina Pizzeria, a pizza |
| joint in Stockholm. The five guys treated their producer to be, Ronald |
| Spremberg to the restaurants best pizza. Apart from being a great |
| producer that had already worked with the guys at on time before there |
| was something else that “sealed the deal” according to singer Carl |
| Norén: |
| - He has a great body with well-tuned muscles. We knew that he wouldn’t |
| be one of those fat, tired producers that wouldn’t have the stamina and |
| drive to keep going for weeks in the studio. |
| Of course this is not the whole truth. Sugarplum Fairy weren’t looking |
| for a producer who would make their album sound like any of the bands |
| they like, they wanted a producer who would understand what THEY want to |
| sound like! |
| Sugarplum Fairy describe ‘The Wild One’ as the most Sugarplum Fairy-like |
| album so far. |
| -We have found ourselves now and we know what we sound like. It’s as if |
| we have worked ourselves out, says Carl Norén. |
| |
| - We want to convey a feeling of that we don’t care about what people |
| think about us. In some sense we have always been outsiders. And this |
| feeling is in the lyrics of ‘The Wild One’. While we where living in |
| Borlänge we didn’t fit in anywhere, so we moved to Stockholm thinking we |
| would fit in there. But no, and this has made us into what we are today, |
| says Carl Norén. |
| |
| Having this said it’s not a thematic album the Sugarplum Fairy have |
| released even though ‘The Wild One’ is evident in their lyrics, their |
| music and even in their image. The music is freer than before; the |
| song-writing brothers of Carl and Victor Norén have been braver this |
| time around. Fans will still be able to recognize the hooks and melodies |
| that Sugarplum Fairy do so well and new listeners will understand what |
| it is that has taken Sugarplum Fairy this far. The raw but catchy pop is |
| still there and the feeling of being outsiders is very present in the |
| lyrics. |
| |
| These five guys have a reputation of making catchy rock songs and |
| delivering amazing live shows. They go their own way and have therefore, |
| appropriately, named their third album ”The Wild One”, of course taken |
| from the classic Marlon Brando film from 1953. |
| This fits Sugarplum Fairy perfectly as they have always moved in a |
| different direction than what is expected of them. |
| But with that said, some things are meant to stay the same: Still the |
| five friends from Borlänge, Sweden, still great melodies with a raw and |
| not to polished feel to it and still the song writing brothers Carl and |
| Victor Norén. |
| So Sugarplum Fairy packed their bags and instruments and went to the |
| best recording spot they’ve ever tried out. In a secluded house in |
| Malaga with a pool, a ping-pong table, their own cook and plenty of |
| inspiration “The Wild One” found it’s form. |
| So three weeks in a house together night and day can make even the best |
| friends get tired of each other. But these guys had the perfect medicine |
| for the harder times. Watching the arguments of the band The Troggs over |
| and over again always put a smile on their faces and kept them going |
| even when time could get rough. |
| So this paradise on earth was the perfect place to record the perfect |
| album. This was where the five guys in Sugarplum Fairy found their way |
| back to the friendship that has always been the grounds for the band. |
| Leaving the business partnership feeling behind and having the time to |
| play again. |
| Sugarplum Fairy have shown once again that for every album released they |
| take several steps forward and grow and reach a bigger fan-base and |
| audience. |
| |
| “This album is like a Sugarplum Fairy Greatest Hits. Every song is |
| strong enough to stand on it’s own. We never felt that before with any |
| album. On the last two albums the best songs carried the album in a way. |
| Now everyone is a star, it’s like an All Star Team. |
| If the record company would allow us we should release 12 singles. We |
| don’t think they will, but that would be a great statement about how we |
| feel for this album.” |
| -Sugarplum Fairy |
| |
| Never Thought I’d Say That It’s Alright - “People will probably say that |
| this is the most uncommon song on the album, but in a way it’s the most |
| “Sugarplumish” song of them all. We never have any limits when we write |
| our music, and we like so many different styles. It’s inspired by Bob |
| Marley and every time you hear Bob Marley you forget all troubles and |
| problems. I wanted to write a song like that, that just makes you smile. |
| Music shouldn’t be so complicated, sometimes a smile is enough.” |
| |
| The Escapologist - “This is a dance song in a way. It hard not to stand |
| still when you hear it. It’s sounds like the Coral on speed. Plus I love |
| songs that start with a bass line. It’s a story about an escape artist |
| who starts to mix up his professional life with his love life. And it’s |
| inspired by the illusionist Criss Angel who was dating Cameron Diaz, |
| Paris Hilton and all these famous beautiful women. Is that a part of his |
| magic to get these girls? I think so.” |
| |
| In Berlin - “The song in itself is very cinematic and so is the lyrics. |
| The melody is very intense and suggestive while the lyrics paints up a |
| picture of what is going on around the main character. A broken down |
| love affair in the middle of a town falling into pieces. It's about |
| leaving the past to be able to move on even if it means that you will be |
| alone.” |
| |
| Caroline - “Caroline is written as an letter sent with an melody to one |
| Caroline. The melody is almost lullaby-like and maybe inspired by all |
| the beautiful Swedish traditional songs that I heard as a child. The |
| guitars and the piano follow the melody line while the song builds up |
| and breaks down several times in its four minutes. The song begins with |
| the sound of a train whistle to set the lonely feeling of the song. It's |
| a farewell song and suits as the last song on the album.” |
| |
| Sugarplum Fairy: |
| |
| Carl Norén – Vocals & Guitar |
| Victor Norén – Vocals & Bass |
| Kristian Gidlund – Drums |
| David Hebert – Bass Organ |
| Jonas Karlsson – Lead guitar |
| |
| |
| http://www.sugarplumfairy.nu/ |
| |
| |
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