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St. Vincent Vinyl, CD & tapes by St. Vincent at Norman Records

St. Vincent is one of the great alternative music success stories of the 21st Century. Her career arc provides a blueprint for any budding indie artist looking to achieve success on their own terms - from performing with Glenn Branca and The Polyphon...read more »

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Masseduction

Masseduction is the new album from St. Vincent, aka Annie Clark. It is her 6th, if you count the one she did with David Byrne. As the title may suggest, themes of sex, power, vulnerable relationships and death weave throughout the lyrics, which are autobiographical, according to Clark. Musically, Clark’s inventive guitar, synth and electronics create a punchy sonic backdrop.

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MassEducation

St. Vincent's new record is new in the quixotic way that 'new records' quickly following the last record are. In fact MassEducation is a reimagined version of Annie Clark's recent LP of blistering and Bowie-adoring pop music. Here the songs are rendered sparser and take on an entirely new way of living. I'm sure it's worth hearing.

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Marry Me

There’s definitely a line to be traced from her 2007 debut LP ‘Marry Me’ to the sort of cyborg-rocker aesthetic St. Vincent shows off nowadays - for one thing, the record shows off the same sense of wry detachment that has always been a feature of Annie Clark’s music. However, this album is also a lot more whimsical than something like ‘MASSEDUCATION’, churning influences from baroque-pop, leftfield indie ala Dirty Projectors and industrial-pop into a set of uncanny valley rock nuggets.

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St. Vincent

St. Vincent's second self-titled album is where her pop chops truly met with her avant-pop stylings. It's funky, angular, discordant, catchy and futuristic simultaneously, breeding the hits "Digital Witness", "Birth In Reverse" and "Regret". There's also some tasty downtempo numbers in the form of "Prince Johnny" and "I Prefer Your Love". 'St. Vincent' is Annie Clark's most diverse album to date, and arguably her finest hour. It's my personal favourite anyway...

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Strange Mercy

Strange Mercy was the third album from Annie Clark (aka St Vincent) and showcases her ability to role play literally any form of music without excelling at any of them. There's R&B, soul, funk, art pop and a bit of glam all coagulated together on a restless album that seems designed to showcase all of her abilities. It's also one of the albums made when she had her Leo Sayer styled curly hair in case any of you have a problem with that. 

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Actor

Recent St. Vincent LPs have seen Annie Clark take on a sort of cyborg ice-queen persona. To the untrained eye it would appear that her second album, 2009’s ‘Actor’, is a far more spy and sprightly affair. However, dig beneath the surface of these vaguely grungy baroque-pop numbers and you'll be able to track that same sense of uncanniness which courses through records like ‘Masseducation’. We miss ‘Actor’s Disney-gone-wrong vibe - for us, this record contains some of Clark’s strongest material.

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Nina Kraviz Presents MASSEDUCTION Rewired

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Prince Johnny

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Stranger Mercy (EXPANDED EDITION)

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Krokodil / Grot

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Now Now / All My Stars Aligned

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Jesus Saves, I Spend

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Actor Out of Work

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