- Summary: The third disc for the Twilight Singers, the side project for the Afghan Whigs' Greg Dulli, is a covers album, tackling such interesting, diverse subject matter as Bjork's "Hyperballad," John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme," and Marvin Gaye's "Please Stay (Once You Go Away)."
- Record Label: One Little Indian
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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Positive: 5 out of 5
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MarcoOct 21, 2005Some of GD at his intensest. The rendition of Please Stay is simply beautiful
daimeeOct 4, 2004anything by dulli is gold, this covers album included!
MartinFOct 27, 2004Dulli may revel in his own eclecticism, but this is still his most start-to-finish enjoyable album in a decade.
RichardWOct 21, 2005Brilliantly cohesive for a covers album. The choice of songs is brave - esp. Hyperballad and Strange Fruit - but somehow Dulli pulls it off. Brilliantly cohesive for a covers album. The choice of songs is brave - esp. Hyperballad and Strange Fruit - but somehow Dulli pulls it off. A gem of a record.… Expand
NJstixxFeb 7, 2005Unbelievable record. There's no question Dulli's got soul.
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