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  • Summary: The sophomore album for New York-based singer, Shara Worden.

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Inside A Boy
Inside a boy I found a universe And in his eyes Are a thousand stars On a dark sky We are clouds, we are whispers Like fawns and shape-shifters Our... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Positive: 13 out of 18
  2. Negative: 0 out of 18
  1. 80
    This record is a beautiful testimony to passionate and heartfelt emotion with Warden’s dynamic voice being the seductive centerpiece.
  2. The songs glow with rumination, and she avoids heaviness by staying elusive.
  3. Originally conceived as an album of string-quartet pieces, Shark's Teeth evolved into something more musically full-bodied.
  4. Alternative Press
    70
    The shimmering showcase for singer/songwriter Shara Worden--frustrates somewhat, retreating from the rocking thrust of her debut. August 2008, p.162]
  5. It’s a swooning, big-gestured album to get lost in. Discovering new complexities and subtleties each time is an added bonus.
  6. Uncut
    60
    In terms of breath-snatching bravura, Worden shines very brightly indeed. [July 2008, p.105]
  7. 50
    It's all quite mesmerizing, until you notice the overworked lyrics, which weakly describe heartbreak in terms of weather, stars, and, uh, hearts. [July 2008, p.100]

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  1. dg
    Apr 25, 2009
    10
    Just buy it, u will be happy...incredible voice, huge melodies.
  2. JeremyF
    Jun 19, 2008
    9
    Nearly perfect.
  3. Oct 11, 2014
    4
    4/10. Below average. Definitely the weakest of all MBD albums. Hauntingly beautiful moments can still be found on it - here and there - of4/10. Below average. Definitely the weakest of all MBD albums. Hauntingly beautiful moments can still be found on it - here and there - of course, but the album as a whole is an uninspiring one. Boring most times. Bring Me the Workhorse (2006) though still far from perfect is far better than this. Grab any of the other before trying it - preferably: This is my Hand (2014) or All Things Will Unwind (2011), because listening to this first might push you away from MBD for good. For collectors or die-hard fans only. Expand