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Rick Springfield - Rocket Science

Rick Springfield - Rocket Science
Rocket Science
Rick Springfield
Pop Rock
MP3 album size:
2435 mb
FLAC album size:
2412 mb
Frontiers Records


1The Best Damn Thing
2That One
3(I Wish I Had A) Concrete Heart
5Light This Party Up
7All Hands On Deck
8Let Me In
9Pay It Forward
10Earth To Angel
11Miss Mayhem
12We Connect
13Crowded Solitude


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Rick Springfields latest musical effort is Rocket Science, his 18th studio album released through Frontiers Music, is available now Written largely with his longtime collaborator and former bass player Matt Bissonette, the album delivers the expertly crafted wide-ranging pop-rock songs Springfield is known for. I wanted the album to be very open and electric - rock and roll with some country elements, and always with great hooks, he says. The lyrics largely address matters of the heart with the irreverence, wit, and dark humor that has always permeated his work. The songs usually start wi. Rocket Science is the 16th studio album by rock musician Rick Springfield. Rick Springfield Official Springfield released the big, bold Songs for the End of the World in 2012, just before he received a boost in credibility from Dave Grohl. The Foo Fighters leader featured Springfield in Sound City, his 2013 feature-length love letter to classic rock, and while its accompanying soundtrack wasn't a smash, it did help shift the conventional wisdom on Rick Springfield. Happily, Rocket Science - the 2016 album that is his first since the great Rick renaissance of the 2010s - finds the rocker acting looser than he's been in years, letting his gift for the frivolous sit alongside his yen to explore his spiritual side. Album 2016 14 Songs. Though he opens with Light This Party Up, a super-catchy dose of power-pop crunch, Springfield steers his 2016 set toward modern Nashville. Songs like That One and The Best Damn Thing dont sound very far from Keith Urban or Rascal Flatts, whose Jay DeMarcus actually helped write the jangling Down. Miss Mayhem alternates dobro-strummed verses with a post-grunge chorus, and All Hands on Deck is a sea chantey with fiddles. Springfield sings mainly about women he feels lucky, or not so lucky, to know. Rocket Science Rick Springfield. Rick Springfield is an iconic rockstar who needs no introduction. Rocket Science is Rick's latest studio album which is as usual filled with personal lyrics, infectious riffs and giant hooks. Another poprock tour de force which shows once again the amazing talents of this timeless artist. The musical scores use a lot of country elements & instruments but the vocals are still Rick & the songs are deep & personal with his beautifully written lyrics. I am not a fan of country music by any stretch & tho I love Rick, if it was really hardcore country, I would not be loving this album but I totally am It's excellent . Rocket Science. Rick Springfield - Rocket Science 2016. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Rick Springfield. Songs in album Rick Springfield - Rocket Science 2016. Rick Springfield - Light This Party Up. Rick Springfield - Down. Rick Springfield - That One. Rick Springfield - The Best Damn Thing. Rick Springfield - Miss Mayhem. Rick Springfield - Pay It Forward. Rick Springfield - Found. Rick Springfield's new studio album Rocket Science will be released Feb 19 and is available NOW for pre-order Digital pre-orders receive an instant download of three 3 tracks: Light This Party Up, Let Me In and Down. Light This Party Up - Listen: 2. Down - Listen: 3. That One 4. The Best Damn Thing 5. Miss Mayhem 6. Rocket Science is the 16th studio album by rock musician Rick Springfield - Rocket Science review: A great album by a lesser-known but very good musician and singer. Without a doubt, the name of Rick Springfield, an actor and musician not too well known, would fail to evoke an instant association in the uninitiated listener. It has less to do with the locality of said person or his lack of talent. It might be one more attribute of contemporary biases however, this is a topic for another discussion. My bewilderment at the absence of Mr. Springfields wider popularity was sparked after introduction that turned into friendship to his latest LP, Rocket Science, which I would like to discuss here. Rick Springfield has never made the same album twice. Take a look back through his career, even as far back as his 1971 debut Beginnings, he has changed his sound continually along the way. There have been albums with a similar musical theme running through them, but never two records quite the same. In recent years Rick has been more eclectic than ever