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Stranger Still - Solitude album

Stranger Still - Solitude album Performer: Stranger Still
Title: Solitude
Style: New Wave, Post-Punk
Date of release: 1981
Size MP3: 1265 mb
Size FLAC: 1981 mb
Rating: 4.8

Billie Holiday Sings (MGC-118) is a 10-inch LP album made by jazz singer Billie Holiday, released in the United States by Clef Records in 1952. It was her first album for the label, and her first album of original material, following several compilations of previously released 78rpm sides for Columbia, Commodore, and Decca

Stranger Still Lyrics. There's nothing left for me to say to you And maybe I was wrong Maybe we got caught up Please believe me, I don't wanna be a star I thought of you this evening Wondered how you're feeling. Could've kept my love You're a stranger still When I check my phone it's always for you Since you left my heart there's a vacancy Now I'm torn apart while I wait to heal.

Solitude confirms that this is not the case. King Midas Sound’s fourth album feels like a plunge into the abyss. Without exaggeration, it is one of the bleakest testaments to heartbreak in the annals of recorded sound. Its atmosphere resembles that of a collapsed star-black, isolated, unfathomably dense. These 60 minutes pass like a dark night of the soul, stretched out to eternity.


A Solitude
B Survivor

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Spaceward Studios


  • Producer – Gary Lucas , Stranger Still


Produced at Spaceward Studio: 16-7-81

Comes with lyrics insert.