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Martina Topley-Bird: The Blue God - A Review
Martina Topley-Bird is a British singer-songwriter who rose to fame as the vocalist of Tricky's debut album Maxinquaye in 1995. Since then, she has collaborated with various artists such as Massive Attack, Gorillaz, and Danger Mouse. In 2008, she released her second solo album, The Blue God, which was produced by Danger Mouse and featured guest appearances by Josh Klinghoffer and Mark Lanegan.
The Blue God is a diverse and eclectic album that showcases Topley-Bird's versatile voice and style. The album ranges from the soulful and catchy Phoenix to the dark and haunting Poison, from the playful and quirky Da Da Da Da to the melancholic and nostalgic Yesterday. The album also explores different genres such as trip hop, electronic, pop, rock, and folk.
The album received positive reviews from critics and fans alike, who praised Topley-Bird's vocals, lyrics, and creativity. The album was also nominated for the Mercury Prize in 2008, but lost to Elbow's The Seldom Seen Kid. The album was released in various formats, including CD, vinyl, and digital download. However, some fans also sought out a rare version of the album that was leaked online before its official release. This version was dubbed \"Blue God Rar\" by fans and contained some differences from the final version, such as alternate track order, different mixes, and bonus tracks.
The Blue God is a unique and captivating album that showcases Martina Topley-Bird's talent and vision as an artist. It is a must-listen for fans of trip hop, alternative music, and female singers.
After parting ways with Tricky in 1998, Topley-Bird embarked on a solo career. She signed with Independiente Records and began working on her debut album, Quixotic, which was released in 2003. The album featured collaborations with David Holmes, Tricky, Josh Homme and others. The album received critical acclaim and was nominated for the Mercury Prize, but it was not a commercial success. Topley-Bird later said that she was \\\"naÃve\\\" about the music industry and that she felt \\\"lost\\\" after the album's release. 
In 2004, Topley-Bird re-released Quixotic in the US under the title Anything, with a slightly different track listing and cover art. She also toured with The Cure as their opening act and contributed vocals to several songs on their self-titled album. She also appeared on the Gorillaz album Demon Days, singing on the tracks \\\"All Alone\\\" and \\\"Dirty Harry\\\". She performed with them at the Manchester Opera House and later at the Harlem Apollo Theater.
In 2006, Topley-Bird began working on her second album, The Blue God, with producer Danger Mouse. The album was released in 2008 and featured guest appearances by Mark Lanegan and Josh Klinghoffer. The album was more pop-oriented than her previous work and received positive reviews from critics. However, it also failed to chart or sell well. Topley-Bird said that she was \\\"frustrated\\\" by the lack of promotion and support from her label and that she felt \\\"isolated\\\" as an artist. 
In 2010, Topley-Bird released her third album, Some Place Simple, which was a collection of stripped-down versions of songs from her previous albums as well as some new tracks. The album was released by Honest Jon's Records, a label co-founded by Damon Albarn of Gorillaz and Blur. Topley-Bird said that she wanted to make an album that was \\\"more direct and intimate\\\" and that she felt \\\"free\\\" to experiment with different sounds and styles.  She also collaborated with Massive Attack on their album Heligoland, singing on the tracks \\\"Psyche\\\", \\\"Babel\\\" and \\\"Flat of the Blade\\\". She joined them on their world tour as a guest vocalist. a474f39169