Hole (2) ‎– Nobody's Daughter

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Mercury ‎– B0014222-01
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602527370439 Hole (2) Nobody's Daughter(CD, Album) Mercury, Cherry Forever Records 602527370439 Indonesia 2010 Sell This Version
B0014222-02 Hole (2) Nobody's Daughter(CD, Album) Mercury B0014222-02 US 2010 Sell This Version
UICM-1049 Hole (2) Nobody's Daughter(CD, Album) Universal Music K.K. UICM-1049 Japan 2010 Sell This Version
602527370439 Hole (2) Nobody's Daughter(CDr, Album, Unofficial) Mercury (2) 602527370439 Russia 2010 Sell This Version
460502670474 Hole (2) Nobody's Daughter(CD, Album) Mercury 460502670474 Russia 2010 Sell This Version

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mondavino

mondavino

October 30, 2016

Courtney knows what she does best and this lp exemplifies that. Solid & from the heart. Saw her at Bluesfest in Ottawa just after this lp came out. It was her birthday. Promoters brought her cake on stage & she put on a stellar performance.
steamybrown2003

steamybrown2003

March 5, 2016
edited 2 months ago
Courtney’s voice here is battle-scared, ravaged, and war-torn, echoing every “Rock & Roll” woman before her who has crawled in similar heels through the depths of Hell, and made it out alive. Courtney Love has survived, and she has quite a story to tell. Marianne Faithful, Patti Smith, Stevie Nicks, eat-your-hearts-out! I can't help but repeat play the title track opener, because I just can't get enough of the "War Queen Witch's" reining fury. Ms. Love must get her due respect as being the last great and true "Rock Goddess". She has seen and done things that would break any of these current manufactured "Skinny Little Bitches" in half! Yes, Eric and other "Hole" band members aren't here, and Eric's creative input is missed, but the essence of Hole's previous studio albums can still be heard here, especially "Celebrity Skin". Courtney certainly soldiers on alone doesn't she...and if she was even to bother to read this pitiful little review, she would tell me to go f!ck myself, and that's why I love her, and the effort that was put into “Nobody’s Daughter”!
lstookey

lstookey

May 17, 2012
This album is worth it just for Samantha alone. But I have to admit, I am a later bloomer. Hole was one of those bands I always enjoyed but never really checked out. Until recently. Now I am seriously enjoying them as a whole, but this is a good album. I like Skinny Little Bitch. Got a nice punch and just clever. I mean you could at one time I am sure see this side of Courtney and I bet she has struck fear into more than one groupies heart. Pacific Coast Highway is a cool tune also. I was amazed that I never checked this album out when it was released in 2010. I think it didn't get great marketing but the music business isn't in the best health. If Courtney was smart, she would re-issue her albums Live Through This and Celebrity Skin on vinyl. There is a demand for it.