Girl Talk
Kate Nash - Girl Talk
Critic Score
Based on 10 reviews
2013 Ratings: #789 / 943
User Score
Based on 25 ratings
2013 Ratings: #253
March 4, 2013 / Release Date
LP / Format
10p Records / Label
Indie Pop / Genres
Your Review



'Girl Talk' is the sound of Kate Nash, stretching her wings and just pleasing herself.


An album that veers between the lush pop melodies of her last two LPs and a full-frontal riot grrrl assault.

Drowned in Sound

At 15 tracks, Girl Talk is probably a quarter hour too long as well - it just doesn’t have the ideas to sustain itself.


She’s still all over the map when it comes to style but it mostly works on Girl Talk

Consequence of Sound

If Nash had called it quits after “Rap For Rejection” (yes, she does rap, and it’s actually not that bad), Girl Talk would have been much better off. At 15 songs and 52 minutes, it’s far too long.

A.V. Club

Girl Talk may be the album she’s always wanted to make, but fans of her older material may be left wanting.


Girl Talk’s main problem is that its songs are not, on the whole, any good.

Jan 1, 2014
Not particularly brilliant. I think Kate is a great artist, but these songs are too simple and too amateur sounding. On the sadder moments, it really works, though.
Jun 4, 2013
It's not that bad, but it isn't much else, really. This is the first time that I've found myself disliking the sound of a Kate Nash album. There isn't much to make it memorable, but there's nothing that could make you hate it. A reasonably decent release, but it isn't much of anything, really.
Mar 3, 2013
Very nice result experimenting with her rocky side... it feels like Kate Nash is finally finding her own sound.
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Track List
  1. Part Heart
  2. Fri-end?
  3. Death Proof
  4. Are You There Sweetheart?
  5. Sister
  6. Omygod!
  7. Oh
  8. All Talk 
  9. Conventional Girl
  10. 3AM
  11. Rap For Rejection
  12. Cherry Pickin
  13. Labyrinth
  14. You're So Cool, I'm So Freaky
  15. Lullaby For An Insomniac
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Added on: March 1, 2013