The Cardigans – Life (1995) [FLAC]

The Cardigans - Life (1995) [FLAC] Download

Release Name: The_Cardigans-Life-CD-FLAC-1995-FAWN
Artist: The Cardigans
Album: Life
Genre: Pop
Year: 1995
Tracks: 11
Duration: 00:45:16
Size: 280.88 MB

These days it’s getting harder to tell the real pop twerps from the hip parodists–both of whom make music sweeter and more dizzying than cherry wine. Take Sweden’s Cardigans, for example: On one hand, they work the same delicious Bacharach lounge jazz and gooey ’60s girl swoons as Pizzicato Five, a group whose retrokitsch is delivered with a big, fake-eyelashed wink. On the other hand, the Cardigans come from a land that gave us Abba and Ace of Base, sincere pop legends if ever there were. The Cardigans, it seems, could go either way, and their subtle blend of pop-for-pop’s-sake with pop-for-joke’s-sake makes their first American release, Life, all the more a modernist gem.


Taylor Swift – 1989 (2014) [FLAC]

Taylor Swift - 1989 (2014) [FLAC] Download

Release Name: Taylor_Swift-1989-2VINYL-FLAC-2014-FATHEAD
Artist: Taylor Swift
Album: 1989
Genre: Pop
Year: 2014
Tracks: 7
Duration: 00:47:50
Size: 1.05 GB

When she announced 1989 a few months prior to its October 2014 release, Taylor Swift called her sixth record her first “documented, official” pop album, explicitly severing herself from her country roots. Truth be told, Swift already made the leap from country to pop with 2012’s Red, a nominally country LP distinguished by three songs co-written and produced by Max Martin and Shellback, a team that returns for twice that number on 1989 (Martin has one additional non-Shellback co-write with Swift). Taylor is rarely without co-writers here: only “This Love” belongs to her alone, with the other major collaborators being OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder, fun.’s Jack Antonoff, and Imogen Heap. This busy kitchen is typical of modern pop albums, as is the incessant gleam of 1989’s steely productions, every element of which blinds when caught in the sun. Swift claims she patterned the album’s sound after the MTV-ready sound of the year 1989, and while some cuts are conceivably anchored in the era of Debbie Gibson and George Michael — “Shake It Off” is giddy on the momentum of its own pom-poms, the bonus track “New Romantics” effectively conjures the ghost of 1983 new wave, “Out of the Woods” veers into territory previously pioneered by one-video wonder T’Pau (their big hit “Heart and Soul” arrived in 1987, two years before Taylor’s year zero) — this is a modern album through and through. The heavy presence of Martin, who wound up producing all the vocals along with half the record, is something of a feint. Swift tailored 1989 after Tedder’s patterns, constructing nearly every one of the album’s 13 tracks as a glassy, imposing skyscraper that deliberately casts its shadow upon on its predecessor. Considering that this album begins with the fanfare of “Welcome to New York,” an anthem for carpetbaggers reaping the spoils of rampant gentrification, that progressive escalation in size is something to behold, even if the towering scale winds up slightly overwhelming. Warmth, which previously was a hallmark of Swift’s, has largely been substituted by belligerent ice: 1989 emphasizes its reflective surfaces, the hyperactive rhythm tracks — dance by definition but rarely danceable in practice (the effervescent “How You Get the Girl” is an exception) — functioning as an aural accent to the surging synthesizers and processed vocals. Underneath the digital clatter lie some sturdy songs because, at her core, Swift is a canny songsmith, but 1989 isn’t a record about songs, it’s all about sonic style. Taylor telegraphed as much when she called it an “official pop record” and its problems lie in the details, not the big picture. Undoubtedly, she has the charisma and chops to be convincing on both bubblegum and ballads but 1989 is something else entirely: a cold, somewhat distant celebration of all the transient transparencies of modern pop, undercut by its own desperate desire to be nothing but a sparkling soundtrack to an aspirational lifestyle.


Pur – Zwischen Den Welten (2018) [FLAC]

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Release Name: Pur-Zwischen_Den_Welten-DE-2CD-FLAC-2018-VOLDiES
Artist: Pur
Album: Zwischen Den Welten
Genre: Pop
Year: 2018
Tracks: 13
Duration: 01:42:14
Size: 709.78 MB

Das Pur Album Zwischen den Welten erzhlt von einem Perspektivenwechsel, dem Wechsel zwischen den Welten, durch Reisen, Bcher, Gesprche, Erlebnisse. Es geht uns auch um den Blick auf die Welt, darum, Toleranz und Verstndnis zu entwickeln fr vieles auf der Welt, das uns zunchst fremd erscheint, erklrt Frontmann Hartmut Engler den Ansatz fr das Werk.

Die Power-Hymne Zu Ende trumen unterstreicht einmal mehr, dass es Pur auch nach dreieinhalb Jahrzehnten ihrer unglaublichen Karriere mit Leichtigkeit gelingt, emotionale Texte mit grandiosen Melodien zu vereinen. Zu Ende trumen erzhlt von diesem Gefhl, wenn Wnsche, Ziele und Trume uns so viel Kraft und Energie geben, dass man alles erreichen will und kann.


Mathew V – The Fifth (2018) [FLAC]

Mathew V - The Fifth (2018) [FLAC] Download

Release Name: Mathew_V-The_Fifth-CD-FLAC-2018-Mrflac
Artist: Mathew V
Album: The Fifth
Genre: Pop
Year: 2018
Tracks: 10
Duration: 00:34:46
Size: 231.01 MB

Mathew V is a 21 year old singer/songwriter based out of Vancouver BC, Canada. After 10 years of classical operatic vocal training, Mathew moved to London, England at the age of 17 to teach himself how to write pop music. Now with obvious British pop and old school Soul influences, Mathew is writing emotive, powerful and vocally led pop songs. The Fifth is his debut album. The album showcases the classically trained singer’s dynamic range as not only an emotive balladeer but also as a rising force in the dance and pop landscape. The album features the hits “Tell Me Smooth”, “Broken” and “Let Me Go”.


Jody Quine – Stand Up (2018) [FLAC]

Jody Quine - Stand Up (2018) [FLAC] Download

Release Name: Jody_Quine-Stand_Up-CD-FLAC-2018-Mrflac
Artist: Jody Quine
Album: Stand Up
Genre: Pop
Year: 2018
Tracks: 10
Duration: 00:36:41
Size: 231.73 MB

Stand Up is the most recent release from Jody Quine.
Opening her heart up to you on topics of letting go, being true to yourself, heartache, depression, love, and hope. With a voice that beds down with the shivers under your skin and a soul that reaches into your haunts and pulls out the light, this record is just for you.
released April 22, 2016


Dizzy – Baby Teeth (2018) [FLAC]

Dizzy - Baby Teeth (2018) [FLAC] Download

Release Name: Dizzy-Baby_Teeth-(RMR-105-2)-CD-FLAC-2018-HOUND
Artist: Dizzy
Album: Baby Teeth
Genre: Pop
Year: 2018
Tracks: 10
Duration: 00:42:24
Size: 252.92 MB

On their debut LP, Baby Teeth, Canadian dream pop quartet Dizzy relinquish those titular vestiges of youth, capturing a lush, accomplished sound that could have been produced by a much more mature band. Drawing upon influences like London Grammar, Alvvays, and Stars, Dizzy also channels the spirit of early Lorde with poetic lyrics and a similarly palpable frustration with mundane suburban life. Produced by Damian Taylor (Bjork, Arcade Fire, the Killers), Baby Teeth also draws upon the sounds of artists like Wet, Birdy, and fellow dream pop revivalist Hatchie. Together with the trio of Spencer brothers, vocalist Katie Munshaw delivers a strong performance — delicate without being too precious, wounded but confident — heard on highlights like the atmospheric “Swim,” the sprawling “Pretty Thing,” and the hypnotic “Stars and Moons,” whose thrumming bass and persistent drumming invigorate the otherwise dreamy sonics with a vibrant heartbeat. Introspective moments like the heartbreak-and-healing “Joshua” and the gorgeous acoustic “Pirouette” provide contemplative doses of tranquility on an already relaxed album. Balancing restraint with a keen ear for pop-friendly hooks inspired by Jack Antonoff, Dizzy manage to make quite the opening statement with Baby Teeth.


Abbe May – Fruit (2018) [FLAC]

Abbe May - Fruit (2018) [FLAC] Download

Release Name: Abbe_May-Fruit-CD-FLAC-2018-Mrflac
Artist: Abbe May
Album: Fruit
Genre: Pop
Year: 2018
Tracks: 15
Duration: 00:47:16
Size: 296.58 MB

CD comes with free download of the album which includes the bonus track ‘Oh Babylon’ –

About the bonus track, “Oh, Babylon”:

“I remember being quite serious about lyrical integrity and wanting to construct a very visual song about a very stormy love affair. I was young and hadn’t quite learned to back myself completely. One of my collaborators absolutely shat all over the song, saying it was really lame and that I would be making a big mistake releasing it, so I left it as I was not as sure of myself then as I am now. I know now everyone has an opinion, but I don’t have to listen. I back myself now and have a good sense for when an alternate or challenging opinion serves me or is just a bit useless to the creative process. I’m delighted to offer the song as a gift for presale buyers of FRUIT”


Anna Kanzig – Sound and Fury (2016) [24bit FLAC]

Anna Kanzig - Sound and Fury (2016) [24bit FLAC] Download

Artist: Anna Kanzig
Album: Sound and Fury
Genre: Pop
Year: 2016
Tracks: 11
Duration: 00:37:46
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/44,1kHz
Size: 407.48 MB
Label: Columbia

Bei Familie Knzig dominierte eine Art von Instrument den Haushalt: Der Vater besass gleich eine ganze Reihe an Synthesizern. Trotzdem whlte Anna Knzig zunchst einen anderen Weg, lernte als Kind Gitarre, spter Bass und Klavier. Zwei Platten nahm sie auf, eine wandte sich dem Jazz zu, die andere bestand aus Folksongs. Sie trat auf dem legendren Montreux Jazz Festival auf, unterrichtete als Gesangslehrerin.


Ariana Grande – Dangerous Woman (2016) [24bit FLAC]

Ariana Grande - Dangerous Woman (2016) [24bit FLAC] Download

Artist: Ariana Grande
Album: Dangerous Woman
Genre: Pop
Year: 2016
Tracks: 15
Duration: 00:55:35
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/44,1kHz
Size: 665.35 MB
Label: Republic Records

Dangerous Woman is the Grammy-nominated multi-platinum star Ariana Grande’s third full-length album. The record features musical collaborations with Lil Wayne (“Let Me Love You”), Macy Gray (“Leave Me Lonely”), Nicki Minaj (“Side to Side”) and Future (“Everyday”).