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Artist Icon Paul McCartney - Egypt Station
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"Egypt Station" is the 17th solo studio album by Paul McCartney, released by Capitol Records on 7 September 2018. The album is McCartney's first album of original material since 2013's New.
McCartney describes each song as a station on life’s journey.
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Album Review
All Egypt Station has that playful spirit. “Back In Brazil” is a surprisingly successful electro-samba detour, while “Do It Now” expresses the same sentiment as his classic John Lennon elegy “Here Today,” as an older-and-wiser Paul reflects on the kind of emotional resolutions you seek when you realize how short life is. “Happy With You” is a sober folk oddity: “I sat around all day, I used to get stoned / I liked to get wasted but these days I don’t.” Even the timely anti-Trump protest “Despite Repeated Warnings” is a 7-minute mini-suite in the style of “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey”: even when he’s pissed off about political apocalypse, Paul gonna Paul. As he always should. And as Egypt Station suggests, as he always will.
REviewed by Rob Sheffield for rollingstone.com.
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