Own Side Now

Caitlin Rose - Own Side Now
Critic Score
Based on 10 reviews
2010 Ratings: #188 / 855
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Based on 4 ratings
August 9, 2010 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
Drowned in Sound

It was not too long ago that Caitlin Rose's debut EP, Dead Flowers, hit the fair shores of the UK. It was a great little release (not too little, too late, thankfully, as it was released in the US in '08) that served only to whet my appetite for what could come. I wanted more songs! Full band! Caitlin belting the tunes! A capella! I just wanted to see what this taster could blossom into. Thankfully, I didn't have to wait long as Caitlin has been hard at work shaping what would eventually become her debut, Own Side Now.

80
musicOMH

Earlier this year, Nashville's Caitlin Rose attacked stale country assumptions and shook up expectations with brash rock 'n' roll attitude to accompany her hip-slung country-girl charm on her Dead Flowers EP. On her debut full-length, Own Side Now, Rose has traded in a handful of her volatility for straightforward indie-country pop song craft. And the trade has treated her well.

CheapandLethal
75
Decent
75
1. Learnin'to ride 8/10
2. Own side 8/10
3. For the rabbits 7/10
4. Shanghai cigarettes 8/10
5. New York city 6.50/10
6. Spare me 7/10
7. Things change 6/10
8. That's alright 7.50/10
9. Sinful wishing well 9/10
10. Coming up 8/10
Total 75
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END OF YEAR LISTS

#7/TIME
#47/American Songwriter

Track List

  1. Learnin' to Ride 
  2. Own Side 
  3. For the Rabbits 
  4. Shanghai Cigarettes 
  5. New York City 
  6. Spare Me 
  7. Things Change 
  8. That's Alright 
  9. Sinful Wishing Well 
  10. Comin' Up

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