Lorde - Pure Heroine Album
|1||Glory And Gore||3:32|
|9||A World Alone||4:54|
|10||White Teeth Teens||3:38|
- Design [Design Support] – Ania Nowak
- Design, Illustration – Mario Hugo
- Instrumentation By – Joel Little
- Mastered By – Stuart Hawkes
- Photography By – Charles Howells
- Producer [Additional] – Ella Yelich O'Connor (tracks: 5, 10)
- Producer, Mixed By, Engineer – Joel Little
- Vocals – Ella Yelich O'Connor
- Written-By – Ella Yelich O'Connor, Joel Little
℗ & © 2013 Universal Music NZ Ltd., under license in the US to Lava Records and Universal Republic Records Limited.
Distributed by Universal Music Distribution
Comes in regular jewel case with lyrics booklet.
- Barcode: 602537519002
- Matrix / Runout: DIDX-1031668
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI 50A8
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 1327
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universal Music NZ Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Universal Music NZ Ltd.
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Published By – Sony ATV
- Recorded At – Golden Age, Auckland
- Mastered At – Metropolis Mastering
- Licensed To – Lava
- Licensed To – Universal Republic Records
- Distributed By – Universal Music Distribution
Pure Heroine is the debut studio album by New Zealand singer Lorde, which was released through Universal, Lava, and Republic Records on 27 September 2013. After several unsuccessful sessions with songwriters, Lorde was paired with Joel Little by A&R representative Scott Maclachlan, who assisted with the album's production. Recording took place at Golden Age Studios in Auckland. Pure Heroine has been described as a dream pop, electronica and electropop album with minimalist production, deep bass and. Pure Heroine is Lordes debut studio album. Its themes cover adolescence, and the effects of fame. The albums musical aspect is generally downbeat and somber, avoiding typical pop happiness and danceability. This is more a Friday-night-alone than tunes being blasted at a party. On the concept, Lorde has said: The goal for me is to make a body of work that is cohesive, that feels like an album and is something that I going to be proud of t seems a lot of albums lately dont feel like a cohesive set of songs that complement each other and mean something as a group. If I can make something w. Album 2013 10 Songs. Lorde-captured the top of the pop charts with the smart and wise-beyond-her-years single Royals, where she trashes modern pop and hip-hops obsession with materialism in favor of a world of love, friendship, and ideas. Its the best Morrissey song he never wrote. Her earlier The Love Club EP primed audiences for what theyd be hearing, but nothing could prepare one for the actual excitement of her debut albums best cuts. Music video by Lorde performing Pure Heroine Album Sampler. C 2013 Universal Music NZ Heroine is the debut studio album by New Zealand singer Lorde. It was released through Universal Music Group, Lava, and Republic on September 27, 2013. The album is the product of a collaboration between Lorde and producer Joel Little. After releasing her first EP The Love Club EP and its lead single Royals in 2013, the pair continued writing and producing material. Pure Heroine is a dream pop, electronica and electropop album built around minimal production, deep bass, and programmed beats. Yet Pure Heroine feels surprisingly real and fully formed, punching through sparse, cushily booming post-hip-hop tracks with vividly searching lyrics about growing up too fast that can seem at once arrogant and pensive. Were so happy even when were smiling out of fear, she sings on Tennis Court. Lorde : Pure Heroine : 01 Tennis Court 02 400 Lux 03 Royals 04 Ribs 05 Buzzcut season 06 Team 07 Glory and Gore 08 Still sane 09 White Teeth Teens 10 A world alone 11 Bradavo 12 Million dollar Bills 13 The love club 14 Biting down 15 Swingin Party. Featured in collections. OTHERS by ggukcool. by soarelui. Pure Heroine is a collection of throbbing, moody, menacingly anesthetized pop. On her debut album, 16 year-old New Zealand singer-songwriter Ella Yelich-O'Connor, aka Lorde, has fashioned herself as a correspondent on the front lines of elegantly wasted post-digital youth culture and working-class suburban boredom. In the current pop firmament, Lorde is a black hole. Lordes debut album, Pure Heroine, is full of pop songs that play like critiques of pop songs. Its dark, minimalist sound recalibrated pop music. Following the release of Lordes debut album, on 27 September 2013, it was near impossible to go out into a public setting and not hear Royals, the smash hit that made Lorde a household name and helped Pure Heroine become one of the biggest records of the year. Even if you havent heard Royals in years, its likely that just seeing the title has caused its slinky, subdued groove to worm its way back into your mind