Purgatory/Paradise

Purgatory Paradise Throwing Muses return with their first studio album in over a decade published as a book Purgatory Paradise is a track album which is being released as a deluxe page book containing the full stu

  • Title: Purgatory/Paradise
  • Author: Kristin Hersh
  • ISBN: 9780062310033
  • Page: 466
  • Format: ebook
  • Throwing Muses return with their first studio album in over a decade published as a book Purgatory Paradise is a 32 track album which is being released as a deluxe 64 page book containing the full studio album on CD photographs and artwork by Dave Narcizo and Kristin Hersh lyrics for each song stories and essays by Kristin Hersh to accompany each track instruThrowing Muses return with their first studio album in over a decade published as a book Purgatory Paradise is a 32 track album which is being released as a deluxe 64 page book containing the full studio album on CD photographs and artwork by Dave Narcizo and Kristin Hersh lyrics for each song stories and essays by Kristin Hersh to accompany each track instructions on how to download exclusive content The exclusive content will only be available with this special book edition.

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    1. Kristin Hersh

      Kristin Hersh born August 7, 1966 is an American singer, songwriter and author from

    225 thoughts on “Purgatory/Paradise”

    1. Five stars for the music, four stars for the book. I love Throwing Muses and Kristin Hersh, and the band's new album is a work of gentle power. A shattered collection of songs and fragments. You must listen to it from beginning to end to experience its charms. If you want to read Ms. Hersh's writing, I suggest reading her memoir Ratgirl. Even if you don't know the music of Throwing Muses, it's just a great music bio. But really, you should listen to Throwing Muses.


    2. I finally stopped putting off finishing the book. (I've listened to the album dozens of times and flown cross-country to see Throwing Muses perform in support of it.)Needless to say, I'm a fan.The music is just what I've come to expect from Kristin Hersh -- alternately loud and soft with unexpected changes and cryptic yet moving lyrics. That's not to say it's predictable by any means. Being able to study the lyrics and the accompanying essays brings more depth to the album. Some essays come clos [...]


    3. Hersh isn't as good a writer as she is a songwriter but this shows it's a pretty close run thing. There are little anecdotes about life on tour here that are as beautifully formed and perfect as the best prose poems. The music is immense as well which doesn't hurt.



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