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7digital What we said: The sixth album from New Orleans' Hurray For The Riff Raff sees Alynda Lee Segarra and friends referencing their previous roots-y, Americana sound, but with a new confidence and ambition. Indeed, Segarra seems to be channelling the poetic musings of Patti Smith here, and - though billed as a concept album about a Puerto Rican called Navita Milagros Negrón - The Navigator feels very much about Segarra’s own fascinating life journey, and the Hispanic-American condition overall. Marrying bluesy, yearning instrumentation, sharp lyrics, and a powerful sense of political fervor – especially on “Pa’lante” – this might be 2017’s strongest protest album so far.
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Living In The City (Explicit)
Life To Save
Nothing's Gonna Change That Girl (Explicit)
The Navigator (Explicit)
- ℗ 2017 Hurray For The Riff Raff, Under exclusive license to ATO Records, LLC.
- © 2017 Hurray For The Riff Raff, Under exclusive license to ATO Records, LLC.