Colleen Green ‎– I Want To Grow Up

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I Want To Grow Up
Wild One
TV
Pay Attention
Deeper Than Love
Things That Are Bad For Me (Part I)
Things That Are Bad For Me (Part II)
Some People
Grind My Teeth
Whatever I Want

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HAR-085 Colleen Green I Want To Grow Up(LP, Album) Hardly Art HAR-085 US 2015 Sell This Version
none Colleen Green I Want To Grow Up(10xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label none US 2015
HAR-085 Colleen Green I Want To Grow Up(CD, Album, Dig) Hardly Art HAR-085 US 2015 Sell This Version
none Colleen Green I Want To Grow Up(CDr, Album, Promo) Hardly Art none UK & Europe 2015 Sell This Version
BRGR862, HAR-085 Colleen Green I Want To Grow Up(Cass, Album, Ltd) Burger Records, Hardly Art BRGR862, HAR-085 US 2015 Sell This Version
HAR-085 Colleen Green I Want To Grow Up(LP, Album, Ltd, Cle) Hardly Art HAR-085 US 2015 Sell This Version

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withoutatrace

withoutatrace

September 8, 2017
referencing I Want To Grow Up, LP, Album, HAR-085
This record is fucking awesome. No. It's fucking dope. No, it's
kills-kills

kills-kills

May 29, 2015
referencing I Want To Grow Up, LP, Album, HAR-085
Good evening , I would like to know if you guys still have the colored vinyl Colleen Green?
LeonardoA

LeonardoA

May 19, 2015
referencing I Want To Grow Up, CD, Album, Dig, HAR-085
She is a thirty something and want to finally grow up. The title track of I Want To Grow Up, Colleen Greens second album, clear. ' So sick of being young, "sings the woman from Los Angeles among other things. Her music seems to contradict that. The bare guitar songs have a large 1990s content, an era when Green was a teenager and probably to Beverly Hills 90210 looked and Nirvana listened. The distorted guitars, the whiny vocals, the gold fair texts: they are reminiscent of 1990s rockers as Helium and Liz Phair. This makes Green in 2015 no odd man out, because a lot of her contemporaries grab onto the ' 90s sound of alternative rock. EMA, all their texts full of Waxahatchee and Speedy Ortiz underline dissatisfaction with fuzzy guitars. Green is distinguished by its self-pity for a thick layer of irony and sunny melodies. As a result, her music is never too heavy on the stomach. Sun and self-loathing. Actually quite a fine combination.