8 thoughts on “ Red In Tooth And Claw - The Ettes - Do You Want Power (CD) ”

  1. From the opening bars of "Red in Tooth and Claw," with its powerful fuzz bass riff supporting a deceptively delicate lead guitar line, to the slow sing-song lyric accompanied by simple piano and 'cello lines on the album-ender "Keep Me in Flowers," "Do You Want Power" is truly "all killer, no filler."5/5(5).
  2. Sep 29,  · The loping, nearly country strummer “Love Lies Bleeding” is as catchy as anything here, while the piano-with-cello ballad “Keep Me In Flowers” closes the album on a surprisingly vulnerable and touching note. In the end, this variety, along with the crispness of the songwriting, makes Do You Want Power their most impressive release yet.
  3. Watch the video for Red In Tooth and Claw from The Ettes's Do You Want Power for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube Playback options.
  4. Sep 29,  · Listen free to The Ettes – Do You Want Power (Red In Tooth and Claw, I Can't Be True and more). 13 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at ciabalphodichoki.ocunextedfirefcompventretperctentquad.co
  5. The production shifts and slight changes in philosophy are interesting, but it all comes down to the songs in the end. Tracks like "No Home," the burning hot "Red in Tooth and Claw," and "Blood Red Blood" (to name a few) are first-rate rockers that stand with the best songs cranked out by any modern-day garage punkers, and Do You Want Power is the band's best work to date.8/
  6. Red In Tooth and Claw By The Ettes. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Red In Tooth and Claw. Featured on Do You Want Power. More by The Ettes. Wicked Will. Look At Life Again Soon. Shake the Dust (10th Anniversary Edition) Cry On My Shoulder / Girl I'll Never Be.
  7. Feb 20,  · Category Music; Song Red In Tooth and Claw; Artist The Ettes; Album Do You Want Power; Licensed to YouTube by AdRev for Rights Holder, INgrooves (on behalf of .
  8. The phrase red in tooth and claw means characterised by savage violence or merciless competition.. It refers to In Memoriam (), by the English poet Alfred Tennyson (); a personified, feminine Nature asserts that the notion of spirit refers to the mere act of breathing; Man prays, and has faith in God’s love, in spite of the evidence of Nature’s brutality (i.e. “Nature, red in.

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