The only problem with Do It Again is that it ends with you wanting a lot more from this Nordic pairing. While Robyn Carlsson and Röyksopp’s Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland have shared studios before now, and this mini-album indicates that the Swedish electropop queenpin and the Norwegian electronic wideboys have plenty more to give. Both acts share a knack for fine-tuning primetime dancefloor melancholia. The opening track, Monument, is a keeper in this regard, a slowburning 10 minute epic with sultry, eerie harmonies and a Robyn manifesto about doing it all with love. The title track and Every Little Thing are equally big and bold, full of flashing colour, strong dynamics and powerful, tender, heartfelt emotion. Sayit is a dirty dance-pop monster baiting you to get closer. This is one Scandanavian pop hook-up you’ll want to hear from again. doitaga.in Download: Monument, Do It Again, Every Little Thing
Having waken up, today, in the homeless shelter, i do not want to say Good Morning to another homeless person, and, as i was sitting on the bed, the other person voluantarily greeted me with 'Good Morning,' and just before departing to take shower i finished off with the conversation 'AGAIN'(A-gain) and felt good.
Yesterday evening, After having Martin informed me that there is going to be a soccer match at 9AM today at the world Exchange Plaza, i came up to the library and wrote a comment to the Ottawa Sun, and, as i getting out of the libraray, i happened to notice a person wearing #10 jeresey stepping in front of me. After sometime, i have seen an ambulance with red light and siren going through the Elgin and Laurier junction.
Everyone need to be aware of people like Martin because his implication of telling me wrong information to convince a whole lot of others, that he doen not even know, to gain support passively as if i am a stranger not to be trusted. Loser try to caniving others against Victorious and Courageously Dead.