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AFTER HOURS, 1 Audio-CD

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THE WEEKND AFTER HOURS, 1 Audio-CD
THE WEEKND - AFTER HOURS, 1 Audio-CD
THE WEEKND - AFTER HOURS, 1 Audio-CD

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Tracklist

CD 1

1)

Alone Again (04:12) Weeknd, The

2)

Too Late (04:00) Weeknd, The

3)

Hardest To Love (03:31) Weeknd, The

4)

Scared To Live (03:11) Weeknd, The

5)

Snowchild (04:07) Weeknd, The

6)

Escape From LA (05:56) Weeknd, The

7)

Heartless (03:20) Weeknd, The

8)

Faith (04:43) Weeknd, The

9)

Blinding Lights (03:24) Weeknd, The

10)

In Your Eyes (03:58) Weeknd, The

11)

Save Your Tears (03:36) Weeknd, The

12)

Repeat After Me (Interlude) (03:16) Weeknd, The

13)

After Hours (06:02) Weeknd, The

14)

Until I Bleed Out (03:12) Weeknd, The

Beschreibung

Vier Jahre nach der Veröffentlichung seines letzten Albums Starboy kündigt The Weeknd sein neues Album After Hours an, welches am 20. März erscheinen wird.Nach den zuletzt veröffentlichten Hitsingles Blinding Lights (#1 der Singlecharts) und Heartless war es nur eine Frage der Zeit, bis das neue Album in den Startlöchern steht.Parallel kündigte The Weeknd auch eine weltweite Tour inkl. 4 Daten in Deutschland im Herbst an!

Rezension

The first two singles off After Hours were released within three days of each other in November 2019. "Heartless," a boastful belter made with Metro Boomin, Illangelo, and Dre Moon, ticked all the boxes to please Abel Tesfaye's base. Pills, cars, fame, women, and the hard-fought reward for all the overindulgence -- a ruthless world view to keep the cycle going -- were all in the mix. "Never need a bitch, I'm what a bitch need/Tryin' to find the one that can fix me," contradictory and confused as ever, made the song entirely on brand. Then came the Max Martin-produced isolation anthem "Blinding Lights," an instance of Tesfaye reanimating mid-'80s Euro-pop like he did with "Wanderlust." These contrasting previews didn't give away the fact that After Hours is, above all else, a breakup album. Tesfaye fills much of this neatly sequenced, ballad-heavy set with penitence and longing. He sets the tone with an escapist fantasy that turns into a nightmarish relapse, and is tormented for much of the duration by seeking and receiving salvation and ruination from the same relationship. Some of Tesfaye's most vivid and piercing lines are herein. Mere minutes after dropping the superbly dispirited "I saw you dancing in a crowded room/You look so happy when I'm not with you," he taunts with "You don't love him, you're just f*ckin'," repeating it like he's convincing himself that he's not jealous. You know he's got it bad when he says he "don't even wanna get high no more." In addition to supplying familiar trap-styled prowling backdrops and some other '80s flashbacks, Tesfaye and his varying team of co-producers refer to some softer points in the U.K. hardcore continuum dating back to the late '90s -- drum'n'bass on "Hardest to Love," 2-step garage and early dubstep on "Too Late" -- modernizing them with finesse. Tesfaye and Martin venture farthest when they meet synthesizer wiz Daniel Lopatin in a dead mall, down by the old Tape World, for "Scared to Live," an adult contemporary number that alludes to '70s Elton John but has more in common with '80s love themes by Phil Collins and Lionel Richie. It's so clean and down the middle that it resembles a box-office crossover bid from an artiste swallowing his pride to record a tame song he didn't write. It happens to be one of Tesfaye's best performances, his voice soaring and swooping, signifying numbness and codependency, sorrowful about wasted time while encouraging emotional convalescence. It fits into the album and is a Weeknd song as much as the one in which Tesfaye rap-sings of self-harm and addiction, providing financial support for family and friends, and giving his woman "Philip K. dick." ~ Andy Kellman

Mitwirkende

Autor The Weeknd

Künstler The Weeknd

Label Island

Label XO

Produktdetails

DUIN 3T9GH0HVRGI

GTIN 0602508818387

Erscheinungsdatum 20.03.2020

Anzahl Disks 1

Sprache Englisch

Produkttyp CD

Anzahl Tracks 14

Größe 126 x 142 x 10  mm

Produktgewicht 98 g

€ 7,89
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