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Kathryn Rose - Every Lurid Detail album FLAC

  • Performer: Kathryn Rose
  • Title: Every Lurid Detail
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 1997
  • Style: Alternative Rock
  • MP3 album: 1650 mb
  • FLAC album: 1121 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 704
Kathryn Rose - Every Lurid Detail album FLAC

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 When You Come Along
Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Brian MinatoComposed By – Steven MorrisDrums, Tambourine – Paul BrennanElectric Guitar – Luke DoucetShaker – Kathryn RoseSteel Guitar – Sean Ashby
2 Failed Seduction
Bass Guitar – Rick MayDrums, Programmed By [Drum Loops] – Ashwin SoodElectric Guitar – Luke DoucetHarmonica – Ethan AskeyPiano, Organ [Hammond], Programmed By [Drum Loops], Composed By – David Kershaw
3 Too Easy
Composed By, Bass Guitar – David KershawDrums – Paul BrennanHarmonica – Ethan Askey
4 You Are The Only One
Bass Guitar – Brian MinatoDrums – Paul BrennanElectric Guitar – Luke DoucetFiddle – Daniel LappProgrammed By [808 Kit Drum] – David Kershaw
5 On A Night Like This
Bass Guitar, Programmed By [Mu-tron Bass] – Rick MayDrums – Paul BrennanSynthesizer, Programmed By [Drum Loops], Keyboards – David KershawWritten-By – Katherine Wheatley
6 Mint
Composed By – Dennis MohammedDouble Bass – Rick MayDrums – Brian MinatoElectric Guitar – Barry MirochnickKeyboards, Backing Vocals – David Kershaw
7 They Sex Us Up
Composed By, Electric Guitar [Riff] – David KershawDrums – Paul BrennanElectric Guitar – Luke DoucetGuitar [Helicopter] – Brian Minato
8 My Smoky Shirt
Bass Guitar, Synthesizer [Moog Bass] – Brian MinatoDrums, Programmed By [Drum Loop] – Ashwin SoodElectric Guitar – Luke DoucetKeyboards, Backing Vocals – David KershawStrings – Kathryn RoseTrumpet – Daniel LappWritten-By – Andres Castillo Smith
9 Family Reunion
Composed By [Rhythm, Melody], Programmed By, Keyboards, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar – David KershawProgrammed By [Mu-tron Bass] – Brian Minato
10 Dark Ride
Acoustic Guitar [Highstrung], Electric Guitar [Melodic] – Luke DoucetBass Guitar – Brian MinatoDrums – Paul BrennanElectric Guitar, Guitar [Train] – Sean AshbySynthesizer – David KershawViolin – Daniel Lapp
11 I Don't Need More
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Luke DoucetArranged By [Strings], Guitar, Flute, Triangle – Kathryn RoseCello – Peggy Lee Composed By – Steven MorrisDrums [Cocktail Kit] – Ashwin SoodKeyboards, Programmed By – David Kershaw
12 Do You Proud
Composed By, Organ [Hammond], Guitar, Programmed By [Drum Loops] – David KershawHarmonica – Ethan AskeyTrumpet – Daniel Lapp


  • Design – A Man Called Wrycraft
  • Mastered By – Craig Waddell
  • Photography, Artwork By – Video Lake Media Arts
  • Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Engineer – David Kershaw
  • Vocals, Recorded By, Mixed By, Written-By – Kathryn Rose


This album was recorded at The Glass Elevator, and Mastered at Gotham City Recording, in Vancouver, British Colombia. The release comes in a jewel case, and the insert includes lyrics. The artist thanks Susan and Irja Elliott for developing the Irja Font used in the artwork, song titles, and album title.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 26667 39642 5

Reviews about Kathryn Rose - Every Lurid Detail (1):
Contrary to what the cover may lead a person to think, this is not a hard rock album. Although the album does rock reasonably hard in places, the sensitivity of the arrangements, and Kathryn’s flutelike vocals, make for a much subtler listening experience, than one would expect. The cover art is a very good illustration of what the music is like, if one takes it on a purely allegorical level. In her lyrics, she brutally exposes aspects of her personal life, that most people would balk at sharing with a close friend. In “Failed Seduction,” she humorously mulls over the ruins of a romantic evening gone horribly wrong. Most of the songs are aesthetically pleasing, and have a sort of smooth bluesy overtone, conjuring images of smoky underground jazz clubs. However, the seventh track - “They Sex Us Up” effectively shatters the mood. This song is decidedly alternative, to put it politely. It seems to have something to do with child abuse, and the instrumentation and vocals are quite harrowing; that is, if you can get past the lyrics. The song starts out in a sort of panicky sounding hushed vocal, and gradually builds in volume and intensity, until the guitars and percussion reach a cacophonous crescendo, and Kathryn snarls, “While they’re ripping out our hearts, we help them with the hard parts”. This song would probably only appeal to Goths and die-hard Indie fans, but the rest of the album has a much wider appeal. The first track, “When You Come Along” is probably the most well put together piece of the assemble. Kathryn’s vocals blend with the instrumentation quite seamlessly in this song, and the poetry and melody all contribute to the aesthetic of the piece, without one thing taking over from another. The vocals and the musicality of this album are simply quite good, but it’s the lyrics, which really stand out as exceptional. Kathryn manages to be cool while doing everything in her power to prevent it.

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