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Genres: Pop, Music
Released: Aug 28, 2012
℗ 2012 Universal Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

Review
This album is Mastered for iTunes. Fans of Erin McCarley’s gorgeous 2008 debut Love, Save the Empty have been waiting nearly four years for her sophomore album. My Stadium Electric rewards their patience right from the opening single “Elevator.” It starts with exotic tones that fall somewhere between Bollywood soundtracks and Indonesian music before grooving on woody rhythms that move like kinetic layers of field-recorded percussion. But it’s the textured timbre of McCarley’s arresting voice that pulls the listener in. The production in the following “You’re Not That Someone” is just as winsome as the song itself. A reverberated guitar-string trill recalls Portishead’s 1994 hit “Sour Times.” But what’s more impressive is McCarley’s airtight hip-hop phrasing in the verses. She builds up a palpable tension in “Vertigo” while admitting that she doesn’t want to let go of her fears. “Survey” is similarly haunting — as is the beginning of “Amber Waves” with its antique music-box intro — but the latter takes off with pedaling rhythms and soaring melodies. The uplifting “Just Another Day” struts on boomy drums and handclap rhythms.

Track List:
01 Elevator
02 You're Not That Someone
03 What I Needed
04 Pop Gun
05 Vertigo
06 Re-Arrange Again
07 Fever
08 There's No Holding You Down
09 Survey
10 Amber Waves
11 Just Another Day
12 Hush Hush

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