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Celinda Pink
Genres: Country, Blues, Pop
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All Artists: Celinda Pink
Title: Victimized
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: Step One Records
Release Date: 5/10/1993
Genres: Country, Blues, Pop
Styles: Electric Blues, Modern Blues
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 021167007626

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In her words, " A REAL EXTRAVAGANZA!!!"
(5 out of 5 stars)

"While working in Nashville, I spent almost every night of my two weeks there listening to her sing for tips on Broadway. Nobody is better. Obviously one who has lived the blues and knows how to sing them. My personal favorite is "I'm Going to Love Her Right Off of Your Mind.""
You Will Feel Anything BUT Victimized by this CD!
Brendan Munoz | 12/17/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Powerful, poignant, and captivating. All these words can be used when describing Celinda Pink. One listen to her powerful twangy vocals and you will be a fan. I was hooked from the first track to the last. I can't resist listening to her once again, just to write this short review.Celinda's music is a little of everything. I can't label her album, like the music industry has. They say she is country. I say Celinda is a dash of country, a sprinkle of blues, and a whole tablespoon of bluegrass.She's was hurt and victimized, which always makes for good music. This 1993 Victimized album is dedicated to the man who broke her heart. Who I personally want to thank. The pain and hurt and raw emotion in her vocals was certainly noticed on this album.The title track is a great opener showcasing strong and determined vocals.Other stand out tracks are :You Ain't Leaving Me Without You, which is a great song telling a man that he can't leave Celinda without, well Celinda! How Do You Like Me Now, which is one of the better revenge songs I've ever heard. You can almost feel Celinda's high heel digging into your cold cheating heart.Pack Your Lies and Go, a sad song that screams tequila shots and a 6 pack of tears. In this track Celinda says goodbye to a love that has no chance to grow.Please, Please, is a blues jump track. It will move those feet of yours!The album ends with a track that is right on the money. Aptly titled "I've earned the right to sing the blues." Yes, you have Celinda, now bring it on home!"