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|3.||"I Am Living" (2:08)|
|5.||"Deserve Something" (4:41)|
|2.||"Half Human" (3:45)|
|6.||"Misunderstood" (reprise) (1:46)|
Following a debut solo single late last year, Georgie Sweet - a protege of fellow Futuristica Music artist Deborah Jordan - has finally got round to laying down and releasing her debut solo album, Misunderstood. It was produced in cahoots with a "dream-team" of fellow Futuristica artists (think Simon S, Marc Rapson, Mecca:83, L15 and Theo Howarth) and presents a warm, emotive brand of contemporary soul and future R&B that cannily combines head-nodding MPC beats and attractive electronics with tasty live instrumentation. Throughout, Sweet's slick, effortlessly soulful vocals - some solo, others multi-tracked and layered - provide the headline attraction. As debuts albums go, it's undeniably impressive.
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