Give it a go - if your a Frank fan then I doubt you'll regret it, and I purchased the vinyl at a fantastic price. Very interesting concept. Well worth listening to the podcasts that Frank has done to accompany this to learn more about the fascinating women referenced in the songs. Great album. There are 3 songs i don't like as much as the others but the rest are fantastic. Customers who bought this item also bought. Hello Exile. Local Honey. Closer Than Together.
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This album is a little different for Frank Turner. A concept album that celebrates groundbreaking, risk taking women might seem at first glance to be a bit too soft core for this hard rocker, but there are some really good songs on it, and a story for each of them on his podcast.
If you've never been a fan, you're in for a treat, If you are a long time fan, you will love it! Frank Turner has and is one of my faviorate musicians. Love his approach to music, story telling and thems on his albums. This one however, falls short for me. A couple of good songs, but not anywhere near what he has done in the past.
The songs on this album feel more like folk -- quiet, many of them, and with fewer hooks -- than the last album "Be More Kind". Nonetheless, I really like the music. Big Frank Turner fan but I am not a fan of this album.
Or three. Great album, but different from his other stuff. It was open to fire from the opposing trenches and hard going generally slowed any attempted advance. Not only were soldiers forced to cross no man's land when advancing, and as the case might be when retreating, but after an attack the stretcher bearers had to enter it to bring in the wounded.
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