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Everyday That Scares You
  • Artist: Kim Wright
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 778505206721
  • Item #: CDBY520672
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/25/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Everyday That Scares You on CD

Powerhouse vocals, catchy pop-rock songwriting, and an attitude to boot! Kim dishes her dirt for you straight up with her 2004 indie debut, 'Everyday That Scares You'. The emotionally charged ten song disc varies from the powerfully hard-hitting 'Girlfriend', to the sultry sweet 'Hello Angel'; the sullen intensity of 'How Do I Feel', to the purely stuck-in-your-head unforgettable 'Tired of Floating'. Elements of loss and abandonment are intertwined throughout the disc with the theme of letting go, moving on, and not being afraid. Unedited, unabashed, and refusing to keep anything to herself, Kim confesses making this record was by far the scariest thing she has ever done, saying, '...it's very much like allowing the world to read my private diary.' ***PRESS*** WINNIPEG SUN--Local CDs Reviewed Kim Wright--Everyday That Scares You WHERE YOU'LL FIND HER: In front of a Marshall stack, with her foot up on the monitor. FILE UNDER: Grrrl power -- heavy on the power. LOWDOWN: With her crimson tresses and ethereal looks, Kim Wright looks like she's about to serenade you a la Tori Amos. That is, until she cranks up her amp, rips into a power-chord riff, opens wide and rocks you like Courtney Love (minus the skank factor) on Troy, the first cut on Everyday That Scares You. Even better, she keeps up the butt-kicking and name-taking for much of this 10-track disc... ...once Wright comes up with a few more songs as powerful as she is, she'll really be scary. ***1/2 out of ***** -Darryl Sterdan, Winnipeg Sun, April 30, 2004 WINNIPEG FREE PRESS--Sounds of the Best Indies Kim Wright--Everyday That Scares You Melodic guitar-rock by Winnipeg songwriter and vocalist Wright, whose range extends from the alternarock sneer of Garbage's Shirley Manson to the compressed, stylized pop of No Doubt's Gwen Stefani. -Bartley Kives, Winnipeg Free Press, April 29, 2004 UPTOWN MAGAZINE Kim Wright--Everyday That Scares You B+ This is the recording that could well push Kim Wright to the forefront of Winnipeg up-and-comers, striking a fine balance of punk-fuelled, almost poppy numbers with moody, mid-tempo concoctions. Of the former, Troy and Girlfriend are tremendously catchy, uptempo album openers while, of the darker material, songs such as Fall Apart and Crawl will probably have some industry types mentioning Amy Lee as they struggle for comparisons. But this isn't simply derivative material. This Studio 11 recording, produced by Brandon Friesen and Paul Scinocca, captures the sound of songs of a young woman finding her voice - and setting off alarm bells. -Uptown Magazine, CD Reviews, March 11, 2004.