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When Vega first emerged on the New York folk scene in the late '70s and early '80s, no one really knew what to make of her. Certainly, she wasn't a folk artist in the traditional sense, or, perhaps more specifically, she wasn't going to be restrained by the traditional definition of what a folk artist is supposed to be. She is a modern girl, living in her present tense, playing a music that seems to venerate old-timey tradition.

She thinks of herself as a 'solitary troubadour,' and wants to be on her own, to be able to 'pick up my guitar, and get on a bus, and go anywhere, and play by myself". It should therefore come as no surprise to anyone that, when a band with aspirations to be the next Fleetwood Mac tried to get Vega to be their Stevie Nicks, it just wasn't happenin'. Suzanne Vega's self-titled debut, released in , spawned a surprise hit in the UK with "Marlene in the Wall"; in fact, Vega performed the song at the Prince's Trust 10th Anniversary Party. Following that, she turned heads there and on these shores with her contribution to the Pretty in Pink soundtrack: "Left of Center", which featured piano from Joe Jackson.

The song's lyrics spoke of the outsider characters in the film, as well as to the real-life Andies and Duckies in the audience. It was Vega's sophomore record, Solitude Standing , however, that really did the trick for her in the U. On the topic of her hit single, Vega told The Berkshire Eagle in that the "success was much bigger than I expected it to be, and it was the type of success I assumed I wouldn't have.

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The annoying thing about it is that people want you to keep doing it". That frustration could be heard to a certain extent on her follow-up album, Days of Open Hand , where she tried to expand the form of the pop song certainly, "Book of Dreams" deserved to scale the upper reaches of the charts , and, though she succeeded far more often than she failed, the results didn't translate to sales that matched Solitude Standing. It probably also didn't help any that Days of Open Hand hadn't even been in stores for six months before a vaguely-trip-hop version of "Tom's Diner", a song from Solitude Standing , was taken into the charts courtesy of remixers DNA.

Though she didn't really have any hand in it, there's reason to argue that she was influenced somewhat by the sound of the new version of "Tom's Diner"; her next album, 's Produced by Mitchell Froom, who would go on to become Mr. Suzanne Vega, it was a successful experiment by the estimation of most critics, but, again, it didn't translate into significant sales figures. The subsequent album, 's Nine Objects of Desire didn't turn the trend around. By the time Vega returned in with Songs in Red and Gray , so had her trademark folk-pop sound, but Froom had not.

Not as producer, nor as significant other.

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The result was an album with Vega's most personal lyrics in years, with Rupert Hine handling duties on the boards. Retrospective is the second collection of Suzanne Vega's greatest hits, but it's the first to be released in the US. Tried and True emerged onto the UK market in and features a relatively similar track listing and running order. Retrospective is, even with its mild fault in the inclusion of its selections, an excellent sampler of Suzanne Vega's career for the casual fan and a fine introduction for anyone who seeks exposure to one of the most consistent female artists of the '80s and '90s.

To date, there has been no mention of a release date in the US. In a sci-fi setting with Wild West overtones, Sophie Thatcher's Cee is discovering how far she will go to get what she wants in Prospect. Lightning Bolt's Sonic Citadel is both punishingly noisy and, at times, surprisingly tuneful. On the topic of her hit single, Vega told The Berkshire Eagle in that the "success was much bigger than I expected it to be, and it was the type of success I assumed I wouldn't have.

The annoying thing about it is that people want you to keep doing it".

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That frustration could be heard to a certain extent on her follow-up album, Days of Open Hand , where she tried to expand the form of the pop song certainly, "Book of Dreams" deserved to scale the upper reaches of the charts , and, though she succeeded far more often than she failed, the results didn't translate to sales that matched Solitude Standing.

It probably also didn't help any that Days of Open Hand hadn't even been in stores for six months before a vaguely-trip-hop version of "Tom's Diner", a song from Solitude Standing , was taken into the charts courtesy of remixers DNA.

Though she didn't really have any hand in it, there's reason to argue that she was influenced somewhat by the sound of the new version of "Tom's Diner"; her next album, 's Produced by Mitchell Froom, who would go on to become Mr. Suzanne Vega, it was a successful experiment by the estimation of most critics, but, again, it didn't translate into significant sales figures. The subsequent album, 's Nine Objects of Desire didn't turn the trend around.

By the time Vega returned in with Songs in Red and Gray , so had her trademark folk-pop sound, but Froom had not. Not as producer, nor as significant other. The result was an album with Vega's most personal lyrics in years, with Rupert Hine handling duties on the boards. Retrospective is the second collection of Suzanne Vega's greatest hits, but it's the first to be released in the US. Tried and True emerged onto the UK market in and features a relatively similar track listing and running order. Retrospective is, even with its mild fault in the inclusion of its selections, an excellent sampler of Suzanne Vega's career for the casual fan and a fine introduction for anyone who seeks exposure to one of the most consistent female artists of the '80s and '90s.

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To date, there has been no mention of a release date in the US. In a sci-fi setting with Wild West overtones, Sophie Thatcher's Cee is discovering how far she will go to get what she wants in Prospect. Lightning Bolt's Sonic Citadel is both punishingly noisy and, at times, surprisingly tuneful.


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