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Go Or Go Ahead - Rufus Wainwright - Want One (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The album's strongest segment comes in the middle, beginning with the intimate-to-epic "Go or Go Ahead," barreling through the wildly spinning rock opera "14th Street," and landing softly on the gently chiming "Natasha." Oddly, unlike his previous two releases, Wainwright's musings seem less focused and a little meandering on a handful of the songs5/
  2. Go Or Go Ahead Lyrics: Thank you for this bitter knowledge / Guardian angels who left me stranded / It was worth it, feeling abandoned / Makes one hardened / But what has happened to love / You got me.
  3. Rufus Wainwright is grateful that he has fans who will indulge, and largely follow, his wide-ranging musical exploits, which most recently have included opera and Shakespearean sonnets.
  4. Mar 01,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Rufus Wainwright - Want One at Discogs. Complete your Rufus Wainwright collection/5().
  5. Nov 20,  · Rufus Wainwright; Want One. "Go or Go Ahead", the album's most compelling portrait, falls in like fine China crashing to the ground in slow motion, reaching an epic chorus that carries the.
  6. Like Elton or Brian Wilson, Rufus also enjoys the grandiose overstatement. This album is far more direct musically than "Poses" (caveat inserted, I really thought his first record was too undisciplined to rate more than the coming of a promising artist). Nowhere is that more in evidence than "Want One's" centerpiece "Go Or Go Ahead."Reviews:
  7. "Want One" finds Rufus Wainwright in a desperate state: unloved, abandoned and hopeless. The aching, burning romaticism of his brilliant debut CD,and even the hope of love still evident on his extraordinary follow-up, "Poses" have disappeared. In their place is Rufus armoured against a "vicious world" without much hope of redemption/5().
  8. Want is a repackaged double album by Canadian-American singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright, released in the United Kingdom on November 28, It contains all the tracks from both Want One and Want Two, along with two bonus tracks: a cover of Leonard Cohen's "Chelsea Hotel No. .

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