Written-By – F. Buba*, M. Blinsson*
Written By – N. Sukup, O. NovaWritten-By – B. Zielony*, H. Skarbek*
Written-By – A. Devecerski*, J. Nilsson*, L. Nathanson 'Nate'*
Written By – S. McLaughlinWritten-By – A. Tuohey*
Written-By – A. Devecerski*, B. Zielony*, C. Vikberg*, H. Skarbek*
Written-By – A. Gernandt*, A. Devecerski*, J. Nilsson*
|7||Blow Me Up
Written By – C. MasonWritten-By – A. Devecerski*, C. Vikberg*
|8||Dry Your Eye
Written-By – A. Devecerski*, D. Astrom*, P. Berggren*
Written-By – B. Zielony*, H. Skarbek*, M. Blinsson*
Written By – M. ParkWritten-By – A. Gernandt*, A. Devecerski*, H. Skarbek*, L. "Nate" Nathanson*
|279 096 8||Honey||Honey (CD, Album, RE)||Magic Records||279 096 8||Poland||2011|
Honey is the eighth studio album by Swedish singer Robyn, and her first since Body Talk (2010). It was released on 26 October 2018 through Konichiwa and Interscope Records. It features the singles "Missing U", "Honey" (a version of which originally featured in the final season of the HBO series Girls in 2017), and "Send to Robin Immediately", which also served as part of the promotional campaign for the singer's clothing line collaboration with Björn Borg.
It was the group's first foray into soul music and was heavily influenced by the R&B of Motown and Stax Records (artists such as Stevie Wonder). Lead single and opening track, "Wild Honey", became a minor hit with only a short chart stay. Its follow-up "Darlin'" reached the US Top 20. The album itself reached number 24 in the US and number seven in the UK.
Milk and Honey is the sixth and final album by John Lennon and Yoko Ono released in 1984. Following the compilation The John Lennon Collection, it is Lennon's eighth and final studio album, and the first posthumous release of new Lennon music, having been recorded in the last months of his life during and following the sessions for his 1980 album Double Fantasy. It was assembled by Yoko Ono in association with the Geffen label.
Robyn: Honey album artwork. But the fans who joined the hashtag campaign in the hope that Robyn was about to come charging back in to the charts – and show pop’s more basic practitioners how it’s done with an unequivocal banger to match Dancing on My Own – were to be disappointed. Honey’s centrepiece may be Because It’s in the Music, a track that feels like the inverse image of Dancing on My Own, in which music offers no sense of escape or release: I’m right back in that moment and it makes me want to cry, she sings. The melody has the potential to feel anthemic, but it doesn’t, because the sound is weirdly fractured.
And so Honey, Robyn’s sixth solo album and first in eight years, also carries the sheen of being created on purely individual terms, on a singular timeline.
El Hunt Oct 25, 2018 12:05 pm BST. Score. On her first album in eight years, Swedish pop legend Robyn brings together jarring and disparate emotions, immortalising them in magical pop amber. If you’re approaching Robyn’s first album in eight years in the hope of enormous wall-to-wall pop bangers, you may be a little puzzled by ‘Honey’.