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UK folk hero Frank Turner releases his newest LP Tape Deck Heart.
Tape Deck Heart is the fifth studio album by English singer-songwriter Frank Turner, released on 22 April 2013 on Xtra Mile in the UK, and on Polydor, Interscope worldwide. Produced by Rich Costey, the album was preceded by the single, "Recovery. Described as a "break-up album," Tape Deck Heart was written and recorded following the collapse of a long-term romantic relationship.
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Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Folk Rock Frank Turner. Nom du groupe Frank Turner. Nom de l'album Tape Deck Heart. Date de parution 22 Avril 2013. Labels Xtra Mile Recordings. Style MusicalFolk Rock. Membres possèdant cet album0.
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This album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 56/158 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Tape Deck Heart. BPM Profile Tape Deck Heart. Album starts at 156BPM, ends at 112BPM (-44), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Frank Turner.
The latter, providing you don't get the deluxe version with the extra tracks, returns " Tape Deck Heart " to the Turner strategy of ending albums with ballads, the subject of whether or not there is a God having been nicely laid to rest with " England Keep My Bones ". Overall, nothing ground-breaking, but totally solid musically. The music has always taken a back seat to the lyrics with Frank Turner albums, and so it is here. Lyrics - 7 This is where it gets interesting.
This is why Frank Turner's latest album Tape Deck Heart is a resounding success, even if his progression from hardcore and punky folk to a more stadium and radio-friendly sound may turn some long time fans off at first impression. The album kicks off with a microcosm of that progression, with Turner's familiar vocals and simple strummed chords commencing "Recovery", before the song explodes into a cacophony of euphoric piano and drums as his backing band The Sleeping Souls lay down a statement of intent