Zola Jesus ‎– Versions

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Avalanche (Slow)
Fall Back
Hikikomori
Run Me Out
Seekir
Sea Talk
Night
In Your Nature
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Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SBR-102 Zola Jesus Versions(LP, Album) Sacred Bones Records SBR-102 US 2013 Sell This Version
SBR-102 Zola Jesus Versions (LP, Album + DVD-V, Promo) Sacred Bones Records SBR-102 US 2013 Sell This Version
SBR-102 Zola Jesus Versions (LP, Album, Ltd, Num + DVD-V, Ltd, Promo) Sacred Bones Records SBR-102 US 2013 Sell This Version
SBR102CD Zola Jesus Versions(9xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Sacred Bones Records SBR102CD US 2013
SBR102CD Zola Jesus Versions(CD, Album) Sacred Bones Records SBR102CD US 2013 Sell This Version
SBR102CD Zola Jesus Versions(CD, Album + DVD-V, Ltd, Car) Sacred Bones Records SBR102CD 2013 Sell This Version
SBR-102 Zola Jesus Versions(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Promo) Sacred Bones Records SBR-102 UK 2013 Sell This Version

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vibrasphere

vibrasphere

September 11, 2013
referencing Versions, LP, Album, SBR-102
Not what really expected. This album is sort of a remixed version of Conatus (2011), because it includes 50% of the tracks from Conatus, but in different versions (so I guess that's why it is called Versions).

The remaked tracks are in Modern Classical genre with less electronic sound, and though, I prefer Conatus. I remember when I heard Conatus first I was amazed and listened to that album for weeks and months, and now I got Versions and while listening I was like 'hey I heard that track before', so then I found out that this album was something new from techno-pop artist Zola Jesus, she simply wanted to maybe experiment or something.

So, anyway, like I said, who has Conatus, do not expect this album to be as good as that one and it includes pretty much same tracks with even same titles, but remade into Modern Classical type of music and not so hyping/banging or how to call, as the Conatus.

I don't know, maybe -4/5.