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  1. Adrian Thaws by Tricky Audio CD $ Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by pomiddebsrocktesciapinowersadoperch.coinfo Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Tricky is back with an album named after the Bristol neighborhood where he grew up. It details the travels and travails of his youth, resulting in /5(24).
  2. Tricky: Adrian Thaws (False Idols)LP/DL/CD. Out Now. 8/ Tricky continues to inspire, terrify and delight with new album Adrian Thaws. Bristol’s Tricky has hit a rich vein of form lately starting with ’s patchy but enjoyable Mixed Race, last year’s magnificent False Idols and now this album, Adrian Thaws (his birth name), a work that finds Tricky in boisterous and hedonistic mood.
  3. Tricky makes complicated music because Adrian Thaws has had a complicated life. Born in , he grew up in an extended family that was both black & white, urban & rural, containing strong women & .
  4. Tricky Adrian Thaws on 2LP + CD. Following the creation of his own False Idols imprint and last year’s album of the same name, Tricky returns in the fall of with a new studio project that shares the name he was given at birth: Adrian Thaws.
  5. Aug 27,  · Following the creation of his own False Idols imprint and last year's album of the same name, Tricky returns in the fall of with a new studio project that shares the name he was given at.
  6. Sep 08,  · Editors’ Notes Choosing to title an album after your birth name and then insisting said album is your least personal album to date is exactly the kind of contradiction that brazen music artists like to court. Tricky's quick follow-up to the previous year’s False Idols shows an artist who prefers to make music as opposed to one who waits until marketing departments say the time is right.
  7. Adrian Thaws Tricky. Released Adrian Thaws Tracklist. 1. ESP (Ft. Liz Densmore) Lyrics. More Tricky albums.
  8. "Adrian Thaws" (his birth name, as well as title of his tenth and latest album) is his Club/Hip Hop record as he puts it. Songs like the slinky "Lonnie Listen" (featuring Mikki Blanco and Francesa Belmonte), "Gangster Chronicles" (featuring Bella Gotti), and the frenetic Rock-laced "Why Don't You" (featuring Bella Gotti) flirt with Hip Hop/5(40).

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