LITTLE BOOTS - HANDS, album released in the UK on June 8th 2009 and scheduled for release in the U.S.A. sometime in 2010.
Encoded 320Kbps CBR [Lame] mp3. Covers included.
Victoria Hesketh [Born May 4th 1984 in Thornton, Lancashire], better known by her stage name Little Boots, is a British electropop musician/singer. She began her music career by appearing on the ITV Talent competition Pop Idol at the age of sixteen, afterwards going on tour in Europe with a jazz trio and later becoming the lead singer for the dance-pop band Dead Disco before eventually embarking on a sole career. Taking her stage name from the film Caligula [meaning Little Boots in Latin], from which she was nicknamed by a friend, she has become linked to a wave of recent breakthrough female artists in their 20’s including Lady Gaga, Ladyhawke and Florence and the Machine, in particular her win in BBC Sound of Music 2009 poll and a BRIT Critics Choice award nomination have brought her mainstream media attention. As a musician Little Boots sings and plays the keyboard, piano, stylophone and a Japanese electronic instrument, called a Tenori-on. Little Boots' music will be used in the soundtrack for the upcoming American horror film Jennifer’s Body.
'Hands' is the debut album by English electropop singer Little Boots. It was released on June 8th 2009 in the United Kingdom to generally positive reviews. Many critics complimented its "well-crafted" pop songs and "diverse" production. Hands primarily features songs about love, relationships and heartbreak and takes influence from a variety of music styles such as disco, 1980s pop and eurodance. The album has so far peaked at No.5 in the UK Album Charts and to date has produced her highest charting single 'New In Town', which at the time of writing is No.15 in the UK Singles Chart. Track 12 includes a hidden track 'Hands', which I have extracted and called Track 13 for your listening convenience.
01 New In Town
03 Stuck On Repeat
10 Tune Into My Heart
11 Hearts Collide
12 No Brakes
THE VIDEO [XviD SkidVid]
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