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Martha Wainwright

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Critics' Reviews

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

Wainwright's barbed lyrics about love and relationships sound like she scrawled them on a whiskey-soaked night. [22 Apr 2005, p.62]

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

Wainwright's barbed lyrics about love and relationships sound like she scrawled them on a whiskey-soaked night. [22 Apr 2005, p.62]

80
Mojo: 

This is special, many-layered stuff. [May 2005, p.108]

80
Billboard: 

Though accenting the vulnerability her vocals naturally possess, she manages world-weary honesty and summoned strength rather than contrived sentimentality.

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80
The Guardian: 

Her songs are tough and earthy, hating mere prettiness when fieriness or forcefulness are required.

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80
Billboard: 

Though accenting the vulnerability her vocals naturally possess, she manages world-weary honesty and summoned strength rather than contrived sentimentality.

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80
Uncut: 

Packed with brilliant, bohemian songs that combine affecting lyrical honesty, beguiling melodies and a voice that has a touch of Alanis Morissette. [May 2005, p.96]

80
The Guardian: 

Her songs are tough and earthy, hating mere prettiness when fieriness or forcefulness are required.

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80
Uncut: 

Packed with brilliant, bohemian songs that combine affecting lyrical honesty, beguiling melodies and a voice that has a touch of Alanis Morissette. [May 2005, p.96]

78
Pitchfork: 

Martha Wainwright proves Martha Wainwright has a strong, distinct, fully formed musical identity, which would be just as impressive by any other name.

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