Paloma Faith: The Architect (Sony)
There are too few idiosyncratic pop stars around to pass off Paloma Faith as just another generic do-gooder, but good Lord, the title track, Guilty, and Surrender sound so close to Amy Winehouse that you really have to check if you’re listening to the right album. Once you accept the homage/tribute/facsimile elements, the album settles into itself. Indeed, it turns into something else altogether, as its loose concept...
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