Desertshore

Nico - Desertshore
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Based on 301 ratings
1970 Ratings: #28
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andiov1
93

Very haunting album for an artist that has a section of their Wikipedia page titled "Racism"

EMR
93

Despite having all the personality, the experience and the ambition to craft fantastic works, Nico debuted on her solo career with one (well known) mildly interesting record. Marble Index highlighted a transition into a more bold and self-satisfying period for Nico, at least artistically speaking. It was on her third full lenght LP, though, that the legendary singer/songwriter really found her definitive path. Desertshore showed the artist meeting the right balance between her timeless mantra ... read more

kobepi
60

What an album to end the month.

The 1970s was one of the most influential and impactful decade of music. After the spike of music creativity in the late 60s as bands like The Velvet Underground. Talking about The Velvet Underground you have definitely heard about this woman named Nico. Nico was a polarizing music figure, after their commercial failure but also groundbreaking collab album "The Velvet Underground & Nico." Nico left TVU and worked on her solo career. Although Nico ... read more

usefulidiot
89

Transcendental

willowsfields
88

Wow. I wanna say something about this because of how much I loved it, but... I have no words to describe it. I'm speechless.

90

religious experience

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Added on: May 9, 2013