2018 Grammy Award Nominee!
• Best Pop Solo Performance: "Praying"
• Best Pop Vocal Album: Rainbow
Celebratory Third Album On Double LP!
Includes "Praying", "Hymn", "Learn To Let Go" and "Woman"!
One of Rolling Stone's 50 Best Albums of 2017!
Rainbow is the third studio album by Kesha, featuring guest appearances by
the Eagles Of Death Metal on "Let 'Em Talk" and "Boogie Feet", The Dap Kings on
"Woman" and Dolly Parton on a cover of her 1980 hit "Old Flames (Can't Hold A
Candle To You)".
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Kesha enthused that Rainbow taps into the
"raw, organic" vibe of her true musical influences, including Iggy Pop, Rolling
Stones, the Beach Boys, T Rex, James Brown, the Beatles, Sweet and Dolly Parton.
"After her legal travails, anything Kesha released would have a veneer of
triumph. But this comeback set, seven years since her debut, was an artistic
warrior cry more potent than any might've expected. It began gently with
'Bastards,' an acoustic guitar-led anthem and instant lighters-up classic,
pivoting into punk-pop (with Eagles of Death Metal) on the badass 'Let 'Em
Talk,' in which she caps the line, 'I've decided all the haters everywhere can
suck my dick,' with a cheek-pop. The gem-like moments keep coming, but the best
is the sound of her cracking up mid-verse on the fist-pumping, Dap-Kings rocking
'Woman' – it's the sound of someone who's survived a journey through hell
knowing unquestionably she's stronger for it." - Rolling Stone, 50 Best
Albums of 2017
"'Rainbow' is an artistic triumph" - Entertainment Weekly
"With 'Rainbow', Kesha is an artist reborn" - USA Today
"a defiant country and garage rock-tinged triumph" - NME
"Kesha nods to the past and roars into the future." - The New York Times
• Double LP
• Explicit Content
• Limited time MP3 album download code
2. Let 'Em Talk (feat. Eagles Of Death Metal)
3. Woman (feat. The Dap-Kings Horns)
3. Learn To Let Go
4. Finding You
2. Hunt You Down
3. Boogie Feet (feat. Eagles Of Death Metal)
1. Old Flames (Can't Hold A Candle To You) (feat. Dolly Parton)