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01 Strangers By Nature
02 Easy On Me
03 My Little Love
04 Cry Your Heart Out
05 Oh My God
06 Can I Get It
07 I Drink Wine
08 All Night Parking (with Erroll Garner) Interlude
09 Woman Like Me
10 Hold On
11 To Be Loved
12 Love Is A Game
Is 30 Adele’s best album yet? I’ve listened to it just once, largely while chomping through a couple of breakfast pastries, but I’m already convinced. It’s definitely her most enjoyable.
Earlier this week at Sony Music’s Sydney headquarters, in a large room adorned with white cushions and white flowers, dimmed with blue mood lighting and candles – the kind of room you might expect Diane Keaton to enter dressed in a white pantsuit to dramatically pour herself a glass of verdelho – the record label ran a single play-through of the album for gathered media ahead of its Friday release.
Considering the anticipation around the release – a long six years after the Grammy-sweeping, chart-destroying phenomenon that was 25 – all phones, Apple watches and similar devices were locked up at the door; even lyric sheets had to be returned to label reps on our way out.
And yet, I left with learnings, scribbled into a notebook with a pencil like some geriatric millennial.
Easy On Me is a trick, don’t be fooled
Welcome news for those of us who despise piano ballads: the rest of 30 doesn’t at all sound like its tedious lead single! 30 is easily Adele’s most diverse album, filled with dense Wall of Sound production (largely from longtime collaborator Greg Kurstin) that adds new textures behind her signature raw vocals.
Highlights such as Cry Your Heart Out with its rocksteady groove and skittering bongos (!) had toes tapping around the room, and All Night Parking, with its smoky, Billie Holiday-esque ambience and a crackly interlude from long-dead jazz pianist Erroll Garner, might help you imagine what might’ve been if Amy Winehouse had lasted into the trap era. Oh My God even adds a pounding dancehall rhythm to its sex-positive tenor (your Adele-loving grandma might be shocked).