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|1. Money Greedy|
|3. Singing The Blues|
|4. Broken Homes|
|5. 6 Minutes|
|6. Analyze Me|
|7. The Moment I Feared|
|8. Talk To Me (Angels With Dirty Faces)|
|9. Carriage For Two|
|11. Tear Out My Eyes|
|12. Record Companies|
Japanese Version featuring Two Unlisted Bonus Tracks: Time Slippin, and Peyote Sings.
What's really tricky is following up a debut as innovative and exquisite as 1995's Maxinquaye. Third time out (fourth if you count 1996's perplexing duets project Nearly God) and the artist formerly known as Adrian Thaws is still struggling to find the right balance of ambition and ability on Angels with Dirty Faces. The album has its moments: including a stirring collaboration with Polly Harvey on the bluesy "Broken Homes" and singer Martina Topley-Bird's eerie rendering of Billie Holiday's "God Bless the Child" on "Carriage for Two." If you liked the claustrophobic mire of last year's Pre-Millennium Tension, Angels won't disappoint. Otherwise, you may find it a downer. --Aidin Vaziri
Tricky...obviously tired of people constantly referencing his first album "Maxinquaye", distances this album from that album by stripping back on the production, raising the level... Read morePublished on Oct. 30 2003 by fetish_2000
If you can't deal with boundries being pushed, styles twisted, genres mashed, or your auditory senses challenged, you'll HATE this album. Read morePublished on March 22 2003 by B. Poelman
Tricky continues his experiments with beats, loops, samples and other studio wizardry. Being repetitive is still, as always, an integral part of the game (only some kinds of jazz... Read morePublished on Nov. 2 2002 by "richlatta"
To be honest, I couldn't really stand "Angels With Dirty Faces" until under the influence of marijuana. Read morePublished on Aug. 4 2002
It's good that there are artists like Tricky...pushing the envelopes of established genres to make experimental and innovative results... Read morePublished on May 30 2002 by S. R Robertson
Honestly, I was expecting better from Tricky with Angels with Dirty Faces. Pre-Millenium Tension and Maxinque were both really great albums but Angels with Dirty Faces seems to... Read morePublished on Feb. 26 2002 by Neel Aroon
OK...This is a great CD. !00% original tricky..nothing has changed. Just becausee he does not follow the usual bass line patterns of the genre..that does not make this CD bad. Read morePublished on Dec 16 2001 by shardul shah
This CD is trashbags. Period. Been a Tricky fan since Massive and I will tell you straight out that this voyage into the "unknown" really sucks. Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2001 by "mocilok"
It's hard to label this unique artist. This album reflects his roots and influences in hip-hop, Gospel, dub and rock without the extensive use of samples. Read morePublished on Nov. 4 2000 by funktion