Marshall Crenshaw – Marshall Crenshaw (1982) {2009, MFSL Remastered, CD-Layer + Hi-Res SACD Rip}

Marshall Crenshaw - Marshall Crenshaw (1982) {2009, MFSL Remastered, CD-Layer + Hi-Res SACD Rip}

Marshall Crenshaw – Marshall Crenshaw (1982) {2009, MFSL Remastered, CD-Layer + Hi-Res SACD Rip}
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SACD Rip | ISO / DSD / 1bit / 2.8224MHz | FLAC Tracks / 24bit / 88.2kHz
Hybrid SACD | Full Scans Included
Total Size: 219 MB (CD-Layer) + 1.36 GB (SACD ISO) + 667 MB (SACD FLAC) | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: MFSL UltraDisc UHR | USA | Cat#: UDSACD 2036 | Genre: Power Pop

In retrospect, 1982 was a brief, exhilarating moment in between the fall of disco and the rise of MTV, when the eternal verities of real rock & roll broke through once again. The punk and new wave music of the late ’70s had given way to power-pop, a return to catchy, relatively unadorned guitar rock. In that context, it was easy to see Marshall Crenshaw and his self-titled debut album as the Next Big Thing. Hailing from music-rich Detroit but based in new wave mecca New York City, Crenshaw looked like Buddy Holly by way of Elvis Costello, and sounded like that combination too. His short, simple songs had an obvious lineage, but Crenshaw further updated the sound and added a lightly sardonic tone à la Costello, giving it a smart-alecky New York edge. Not only did critics love the result, but the immediate surface charms of the music seemed to bode for a quick trip to the top. But although “Someday, Someway” reached the Top 40 and the LP got halfway up the Top 100, that did not happen. Maybe because Crenshaw was perhaps a little too faithful to his old records. Any record collector had to love a guy who knew enough to cover Arthur Alexander’s “Soldier of Love.” Yet Holly and Costello got away with their essentially nerdy appearance by working against it, always seeming about to break out of the image; Crenshaw, from the art deco cover of his album to his perfectly echoed vocals, seemed to fetishize the look and sound, more a formalist than a stylist. Or maybe it was just that by the end of 1982, Michael Jackson had released Thriller and Duran Duran was cavorting on MTV. In any case, Marshall Crenshaw remains a great album. ― Allmusic

Additional Info:
• Original Released Date: April 28, 1982
• SACD Released Date: 2009
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Tracklist:
01. There She Goes Again – 02:40
02. Someday, Someway – 02:51
03. Girls… – 03:04
04. I’ll Do Anything – 03:02
05. Rockin’ Around In N.Y.C. – 03:09
06. The Usual Thing – 03:04
07. She Can’t Dance – 02:47
08. Cynical Girl – 02:36
09. Mary Anne – 02:54
10. Soldier Of Love – 02:38
11. Not For Me – 02:35
12. Brand New Lover – 02:28

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