|1||Midnight Sun Dream||4:02|
|2||Blood From A Stone||3:52|
|4||No Mascara Tears||3:00|
|6||Salt Of The Earth||4:29|
|7||No One But Yourself||4:05|
|8||In Here/Out There||4:16|
|10||Bygd Til By||7:23|
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In 2009, Hukkelberg released Blood from a Stone. This album's guitar-heavy sound was a departure from the jazzy pop of her first two releases, recalling 80s alt-rock bands like The Pixies and Bettie Serveert as well as PJ Harvey. The singer was nominated as a Female Artist for a Spellemannprisen in 2009 for Blood from a Stone .
Album Blood From a Stone. Blood From A Stone Lyrics. I am calm Mild and meek I often do Avoid to speak.
Is Blood from a Stone Hanne Hukkelberg's difficult third album? Actually, on the surface it may be her most direct work so far, slotting more neatly and readily into a recognizable genre type - call it dark, shoegazey, post-punk-derived art rock - than either of her previous albums, and making prominent and comparatively conventional use of electric guitars, without abandoning her distinctive found-object approach to orchestration. In 2007, Norwegian singer/songwriter Hanne Hukkelberg released her sophomore album, Rykestraße 68. Developing on the established themes of her lighthearted debut, the album featured an affable marriage between playful Jon Brion-style atmospherics performed on a series of found objects and Hukkelberg’s haunting off-kilter voice-glittering with a simple and pleasing whimsy.
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Blood From a Stone, like its two predecessors, uses everything and the kitchen sink: bicycle spokes, typewriters, train doors, and flagpoles. Instead of drum kits, Hukkelberg and her backing musicians fashion percussion instruments from old refrigerators, ovens, and other discarded appliances. This isn't Stomp, though. Hukkelberg would rather let all those unfamiliar sounds affect her songs subliminally, which means Blood From a Stone sometimes sounds muted and detached. In fact, guitar seems to be the prominent instrument on most of these songs: Bent notes fly around the chorus of the title track like sparks from a campfire, heightening the perverseness of the romantic situation she describes in the lyrics, and an agile electric guitar line gives "Bandy Riddles" its insistent, almost desperate pace.
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Hukkelberg's third album BLOOD FROM A STONE features, on the cover, a female astronaut. But, interestingly enough, she leaves behind much of the electronics that marked her earlier albums. There's a slight rhythmic throb on "Midnight Sun Dream," but the title track shows that she's moving much more towards a 'full band' sound. Indeed, "Bandy Riddles" is features not only the trinity of guitar, bass and drums, but also some cello and found percussion