History Music / StVincent

5th May '16 2:45:35 PM aye_amber
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St. Vincent also opened shows to diverse bands like Television, {{Arcade Fire}}, {{Death Cab for Cutie}}, Grizzly Bear and Andrew Bird. She and Bon Iver also composed the song ''Roslyn'', part of the ''{{New Moon}}'' soundtrack- as one of the examples of critically-acclaimed musicians associated with the ''{{Twilight}}'' movies.

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St. Vincent also opened shows to diverse bands like Television, {{Arcade Fire}}, {{Death Cab for Cutie}}, Grizzly Bear Music/{{Television}}, Music/ArcadeFire, Music/DeathCabForCutie, Music/GrizzlyBear, and Andrew Bird. Music/AndrewBird. She and Bon Iver Music/BonIver also composed the song ''Roslyn'', ''Roslyn,'' part of the ''{{New Moon}}'' soundtrack- as one of the examples of critically-acclaimed musicians associated with the ''{{Twilight}}'' movies.
27th Jul '15 8:24:05 PM parecka3
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** In some live versions, the lyric in "Prince Johnny", "And bragged of when and where and who you're gonna bed next", gets switched to "...and who you're gonna fuck next."
3rd Jun '15 7:42:28 AM Raconteur
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* RaisedCatholic: The reason why religious imagery is so prevalent throughout many of her songs...even though she doesn't really identify as being particularly religious.

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* RaisedCatholic: The reason why religious imagery is so prevalent throughout many of her songs...even though she doesn't really identify as being particularly religious.religious anymore.
29th Apr '15 7:11:56 PM Raconteur
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* CruelMercy : The central theme behind "Strange Mercy", both the song and the record.
29th Mar '15 9:52:40 AM Raconteur
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* RaisedCatholic: Catholic religious imagery is prevalent throughout many of her songs.

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* RaisedCatholic: Catholic The reason why religious imagery is so prevalent throughout many of her songs.songs...even though she doesn't really identify as being particularly religious.
29th Mar '15 9:51:11 AM Raconteur
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* RaisedCatholic

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* RaisedCatholicRaisedCatholic: Catholic religious imagery is prevalent throughout many of her songs.
4th Mar '15 6:31:52 AM Raconteur
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* EpicRocking : Interestingly subverted, St. Vincent songs are always economical while still being able to showcase her crazy awesome guitar skills. It's during live performances where you can REALLY see her cut loose as she regularly extends her guitar solos.

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* EpicRocking : Interestingly subverted, St. Vincent songs are always economical while still being able to showcase her crazy awesome guitar skills. It's during live performances where you can REALLY see her cut loose as she regularly extends her guitar solos. solos on tour.
4th Mar '15 6:30:21 AM Raconteur
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** Really each album got progressively darker, moderately on the cereberal ''Actor'' and more intensely on the moody ''Strange Mercy'', though ''St Vincent'' seemed to smooth over some of her harsher edges for a more cohesive feel.

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** Really each album got progressively darker, moderately on the cereberal cerebral ''Actor'' and more intensely on the moody ''Strange Mercy'', though ''St Vincent'' seemed to smooth over some of her harsher edges for a more cohesive feel.


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* EpicRocking : Interestingly subverted, St. Vincent songs are always economical while still being able to showcase her crazy awesome guitar skills. It's during live performances where you can REALLY see her cut loose as she regularly extends her guitar solos.
4th Mar '15 6:23:16 AM Raconteur
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[[caption-width-right:345: The Patron Saint of Guitar Shreds and Lyrical Dissonance]]

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[[caption-width-right:345: The Patron Saint PatronSaint of Guitar Shreds and Lyrical Dissonance]]
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4th Mar '15 6:19:34 AM Raconteur
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* ObligatoryBondageSong: With references to "horsehair whips", safe words ("who will hear/hear your word?"), and masochism ("heal my hurt"), "Chloe In the Afternoon" can definitely be interpreted as this.

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* ObligatoryBondageSong: With references to "horsehair whips", [[SafeWord safe words words]] ("who will hear/hear your word?"), and masochism ("heal my hurt"), "Chloe In the Afternoon" can definitely be interpreted as this.
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