Lycanthropy - Patrick Wolf Reviews
Description:Genre: Pop / Artist: Patrick Wolf / Audio CD released 2003-07-28 at Faith & Industry / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Pr ... more
Lycanthropy - Patrick Wolf ... Prelude
2 Wolf song
4 To The Lighthouse
5 Pigeon Song
6 don't Say No
7 The Childcatcher
11 Peter Pan
13 A Boy Like Me
Newest Review: ... is a lot more experimental, frank and clearly still finding his feet. But I like it that way; music is always better when it ... more
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by - written on 11/03/10 (Very useful, 9 readings)
I'm quite ashamed that this was the second album of Patrick Wolf's I came to. However, I was so in love with Wind in the Wires I didn't give buying Lycanthropy a second thought. And I'm glad too. I'll admit that it is somewhat more difficult to listen to than Wind in the Wires. Wolf is a lot more experimental, frank and clearly still finding his feet. But I like it that way; music is always better when it comes from somebody more human. If anything this album is much more raw, and if anything the gap between folk and electro is wider here, with most songs being more one way or the other. There is a certain griminess to tracks such as Demolition and The ... Read the complete review
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