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Wreck of the Day


Download links and information about Wreck of the Day by Anna Nalick. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 41:44 minutes.

Artist: Anna Nalick
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 11
Duration: 41:44
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No. Title Length
1. Breathe (2 AM) 4:39
2. Citadel 2:47
3. Paper Bag 3:27
4. Wreck of the Day (Live) 4:06
5. Satellite 4:00
6. Forever Love (Digame) 3:17
7. In the Rough 4:10
8. In My Head 4:07
9. Bleed 3:56
10. Catalyst 3:39
11. Consider This 3:36



On her 2005 debut Anna Nalick prefers to simmer rather than scorch her way through a set of emotionally conflicted compositions. At 20, this California singer/songwriter shows a firm command of her craft, tossing off intricate wordplay and vivid imagery with ease. Damaged romance is a frequent concern, with the slightly countrified “Breathe (2 AM)” and the moody, rock-slanted “Bleed” cutting especially deep. Nalick has a knack for light, slippery grooves, coming across as a more playful Fiona Apple on shuffling tunes like “Citadel” and “Consider This.” She largely avoids melodrama in favor of interior exploration — “Paper Bag” and “Catalyst” probe tormented relations with a feel for minute detail. While most of the tracks here are folk-pop, “Forever Love (Digame)” allows Nalick to put on the elegant airs of a jazz chanteuse. Best of all is the title song (heard here in two versions), a brooding account of obsession and acceptance set to a woozy, smoldering melody. In the end, Nalick makes even her painful confessions sound life affirming.