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St. Vincent - Prince Johnny mp3
Performer: St. Vincent
Title: Prince Johnny
Released: 2014
Label: Caroline Records
Country: Netherlands
Style: Art Rock
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 550
Formats: CDr, Single, Promo
FLAC size: 1884 mb
MP3 size: 1450 mb


1Prince Johnny (Radio Edit)
Written By – Annie Clark


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SVCDP02St. Vincent Prince Johnny ‎(CDr, Single, Promo)Loma Vista, Caroline RecordsSVCDP02UK2014
0602537827336St. Vincent Prince Johnny ‎(12", Single)Loma Vista0602537827336UK & Europe2014
ISRC: US-UM7-13-18965St. Vincent Prince Johnny ‎(CDr, Single, Promo)Caroline RecordsISRC: US-UM7-13-18965Netherlands2013


Netherlands issued promotional CDr.
Slim jewel case.


  • ISRC: US-UM7-14-05134


Vincent is the eponymous fourth studio album by American musician St. It was released on February 24, 2014, in the United Kingdom and a day later in the United States, through Loma Vista Recordings and Republic Records. Produced by John Congleton, it features collaborations with Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings drummer Homer Steinweiss and Midlake drummer McKenzie Smith. The tracks were arranged and demoed by Annie Clark in Austin, Texas and recorded at the Elmwood studio in Dallas. Prince Johnny off of 'St. Watch the video for Prince Johnny from St. Vincent's St. Vincent for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and. Prince Johnny you're kind but you're not simple. By now I think I know the difference. You wanna be a son of someone. Remember the time we went andWatch the video for Prince Johnny from St. Vincent for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Remember the time we went and View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. I Prefer Your Love. Prince Johnny. Produced by John Congleton. Album St. Prince Johnny Lyrics. Prince Johnny, you're kind but you're not simple By now, I think I know the difference You wanna be a son of someone. Remember the time we went and snorted That piece of the Berlin Wall that you'd extorted And we had such a laugh of it Prostrate on my carpet. Prince Johnny, you're kind, but do be careful By now I know just when to stand clear When all your friends and acolytes are holding Court in bathroom stalls. Where you pray to all to make you a real boy Saw you pray to all to make you a real boy. Vincent Prince Johnny: Prince Johnny, you're kind but you're not simple By now I think I know the difference You wanna be a. album: St. Vincent 2014. Birth In Reverse. Huey Newton. Digital Witness. Prince Johnny performed by St. Vincent for WXPN's Free At Noon concert series and World Cafe session with David Dye on February 28, 2014. Vincent WXPN World Cafe session with St. Vincent ncent-on-world-cafe Purchase St. Sorry, something went wrong. Vincent became one of the unexpected success stories of indie rock with the release of her second album, Actor, in 2009 the literate, emotionally intricate songs and rich, beautifully crafted pop melodies made her an immediate hit with critics,. read more. similar to. stvincent Albums. Album: St. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . songfacts . Vincent's Annie Clark hopes against hope to make the poor, precocious subject matter of this song, a real boy. She told NME that the tune is a, love letter to a tragic character and the New York downtown freak, weirdo, queer scene. The titular character hangs out in bathroom stalls and tries to affirm himself through having sex with famous people, but is safe in the city's embrace. Prince Johnny is a friend. It's about those fabulous New York nights you only get with the kind of people flee their home towns and come to this place and reinvent themselves. More songs from St. Released: Feb 2014. On her self-titled fourth album she finally lets out the beast, and it's predictably awesome: The breakneck first single Birth in Reverse moves twisty hooks at double her usual speed, while synth doodlings on Bring Me Your Loves sound like a dial-up Internet connection being fashioned into a funk beat. Singersongwriterguitar-shredder Annie Clark's fourth studio album as St. Vincent is, simply, her best yet. While her catalog is full of twists and turns including the 2013 David Byrne collaboration Love This Giant, this self-titled release is both audacious and accessible, a canny balancing of Clark's experimental leanings with her pop sensibility. Amid a flurry of sonic textures-from the clamoring horn section of Digital Witness to the subdued balladry of Prince Johnny-Clark critiques our technology-obsessed culture Huey Newton, satirizes su

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