Martina Topley-Bird   Quixotic
Release Date: 2003

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3.0 goodBulldog | March 7th 10

Good, but pretty disappointing. This is nothing like her previous trip-hop appearances. Martina's vocals on Maxinquaye were sensuous and dark; when she was with Tricky, her style of music was an infusion of guilty R&B, downtempo electronica, and hip-hop. But, on Quixotic, her solo album after breaking up with Tricky - both musically and personally - is more of a crossover between soul and electronic. Her singing is more uplifted and emotional than slinky and intimate, and it's rather quite disappointing. Nevertheless, a good album. 3.2/5

2 Bumps | Bump

4.0 excellentHowler1098 | May 29th 15
4.5 superbMarkD | May 23rd 15
4.0 excellentTheGooseTavern | February 10th 13
3.5 greatMarko Polovina | March 29th 12
3.5 greatChrisjon89 | October 28th 11
3.0 goodSalParadise | October 20th 11
3.0 gooddingster | September 11th 11
4.0 excellentzillah | June 28th 11
3.0 goodfunkymammoth | February 9th 11
3.0 goodAbsolutely not Bulldogs alt used to rate non hip hop | September 7th 10
2.5 averageRoshanC | October 22nd 09

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