Sharon Van Etten - Tramp

Sharon Van Etten - Tramp
CRITIC SCORE
80
Based on 22 reviews
2012 Rank: #64 / 801
USER SCORE
82
Based on
86 ratings

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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
The 405

It is an album full of passion, beauty, talent and fantastic songs.

90
Drowned in Sound

It’s a wonderful record, a colossal achievement, and features some of the most breathtaking, moving and downright beautiful music you’ll hear all year.

90
NME

It has been a joy to see Van Etten growing in confidence as an artist – and this isn’t just her finest album, but one of early 2012’s best.

85
Beats Per Minute

Tramp is simply her most fully-realized album yet, and that’s all there is to it.

83
A.V. Club

Tramp is Van Etten’s most confident-sounding album to date, pushing at the boundaries of her music and suggesting a turn away from the romantic wound-licking that has dominated her lyrics.

79
Pitchfork

Matters of mistrust, isolation, and uncomfortable togetherness dominate Tramp, rolling through every track like a sick, creeping fog.

70
PopMatters

Tramp is confirmation that Van Etten is a singular talent in the singer-songwriter world, a voice that commands attention through sheer power and the subtle impact of her words.

70
Under The Radar

Tramp ups the game on both fronts—her songs have a newfound bravado, and her crushing heartache has become tempered with acceptance and understanding.

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User Reviews
81
indie rock album, great vocals, interesting lyrics, good guitaring but the melodies are not very memorable, the next solo album she released (Are We There) is superior, imo
100
Infinite beauty, her voice fill every space between your thoughts and you heart, perfect lyrism and strong instrumentation. A perfect album, in every word, in every note, in every second, in avery all.
100
my favorite album this year
99
Absolutely phenomenal record. Not only my favorite of the year, but one of my favorite of all time.
90
this album is ridiculously good, mostly for two reasons. not only 'give out' may be the song of the year, theres also the fact that the lyrics 'you enjoy sucking on dreams so i will fall asleep with someone other than you' from 'serpent' fits, at some point, each and every loving relation between two people
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DETAILS

February 7, 2012 / Release Date
LP / Format
Jagjaguwar / Label
Folk / Genres
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END OF YEAR LISTS
# 4 - A.V. Club
# 6 - American Songwriter
# 48 - Beats Per Minute
# 19 - Cokemachineglow
# 12 - Consequence of Sound
# 41 - DIY
# 15 - MAGNET
# 25 - musicOMH
# 15 - NME
# 12 - No Ripcord
# 5 - Paste
# 20 - Pazz & Jop
# 36 - Pitchfork
# 24 - Pretty Much Amazing
# 7 - Spinner
# 42 - Stereogum
# 16 - The 405
# 1 - The Fly
# 17 - The Line of Best Fit
# 40 - Time Out London
# 18 - Uncut
# 41 - Under the Radar
Track List
  1. Warsaw 
  2. Give Out 
  3. Serpents 
  4. Kevin's 
  5. Leonard 
  6. In Line 
  7. All I Can 
  8. We Are Fine 
  9. Magic Chords 
  10. Ask 
  11. I'm Wrong
  12. Joke or a Lie
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