Jake Shears - Jake Shears

Jake Shears

Jake Shears

 Biography
  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2018-08-10
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2018 Freida Jean Records

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Introduction 0:24  
2
Good Friends 3:30  
3
Big Bushy Mustache 3:35  
4
Sad Song Backwards 4:17  
5
Everything I'll Ever Need 4:05  
6
All for What 4:35  
7
S.O.B. 3:51  
8
Creep City 3:25  
9
The Bruiser 5:38  
10
Clothes Off 3:50  
11
Palace in the Sky 4:08  
12
Mississippi Delta (I'm Your Ma 3:48  

Reviews

  • Incredible!

    5
    By Jon DeMichael
    Each listen draws you in more. It reminds me of the first SS album...but I think it’s better...more complete. It’s an experience to listen to it from start to finish. Every song is THAT GOOD! Thank you, Jake Shears!
  • Refreshing Guitar Southern Style Pop!

    5
    By SammyJoDJ
    Much like the early Scissor Sisters tracks this album has it's roots in a southern honky tonk sound only this time way more fleshed out with horns, strings and live musicians. Not one wasted minute. 2 listens and you will be hooked. It's like nothing on the radio or charts which makes it such a welcome addition to today's vapid sounds that try to pass as "inspired".
  • Enjoying with enthusiasm

    5
    By busurfnerd
    Always fun and easy to sing along. Besides my kids took me to see Scissors Sisters when I turned 50 in London. Thanks all around
  • Something good

    5
    By Edweird
    It’s about time!
  • Awesome!

    5
    By Ignaciomq
    Jake at his best!
  • Sex On The Brain

    5
    By AudioColin
    Some amazing songs here. Castle in the Sky and SOB are my faves!
  • Boom Boom

    5
    By britneyfan4life5162
    Loves it
  • Welcome back Jake!

    5
    By Polarbearchsr
    The first two singles are dirty, filthy gems! The sound is reminiscent of "Laura" and other early Scissor Sisters songs. I pre-ordered the album, and can't wait to hear the other tracks.
  • Not sure I’m buying it.....

    1
    By laborman
    I like the style that they had with Night Work...dance but dirty lyrics but kinda retro.....not this piano centric music.

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