Produced by Mark Ronson. Album Out of the Game. Out of the Game Lyrics. Say, come over here Let me smell you for one last time Before you go out there (out there) And ruin all of the world, once mine I’m out of the game I've been out for a long time now I’m looking for something That can't be found on the main drag, no. Look at you, look at you, look at you, look at you Suckers!
Out of the Game Tracklist. 1. Rufus explained to UK newspaper The Sun that Out Of The Game has two meanings as an album title. One is tongue-in-cheek, meaning ‘I’m done with you, I’m turning 40 soon,’ he said, while the other is literal, meaning ‘I’ve lived in this game all my life and I’m freshly cooked and ready to go’. Out of the Game Q&A.
Out Of The Game is quite a definitive title for Rufus Wainwright’s seventh studio album. Produced by Mark Ronson, Rufus takes a left-of-field approach as he enters the challenging boundaries of pop, soul and a touch of jazz music into this record. The title track Out Of The Game is a very fitting opening track. It sets the mood as very calm and collective. Bitter Tears creates a thrilling energetic atmosphere for the anticipated second half of the album. The very subtle appearance of an acoustic guitar in Respectable Dive creates another powerful feel of romance, which could be seen in a 1970’s film, while Perfect Man takes on a different approach that sees Rufus broaden his vocal range into the deeper, yet superior sound that he manages to do successfully. The raw sounds of emotion are evident in Sometimes You Need.
Rufus Wainwright's 2012 studio effort, Out of the Game, is a '70s singer/songwriter album with some soft rock and disco and elements that bring to mind a mix of Boz Scaggs, ELO, and Todd Rundgren. Produced by Mark Ronson, the master of making retro new again, Out of the Game has a vintage, organic aesthetic featuring horns, old-school keyboards, strings, and the occasional fuzzed-out guitar
I’m out of the game I’ve been out for a long time now I’m lookin’ for something That can’t be found on the main drag, no I’m out of the game I’ve been out for a long time now I’m looking for something That can’t be found on the main drag no, Look at you, look at you, look at you, look at you, suckers! . Rufus Wainwright Lyrics. album: "Out Of The Game" (2012). Out Of The Game" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
Out of the Game, a title presumably reflecting on the singer’s recent absence from the pop circuit that made his name, is packed full of light, artistic goodies, 12 tracks of primarily dreamy confections that alone would be a complete album from any other artist. But Wainwright is also a consummate songwriter, and ultimately all those tasty little pop nuggets serve as glittery packing peanuts for one of his best-ever compositions . On his seventh studio release, Rufus Wainwright’s got nothing left to prove to anybody, yet he proves it anyway. He’s got it all here: fun pop trifles, moody love songs, masterful opuses of mourning and love. Out of the Game turns out to be one of those ironic titles in the end.
Bass – Nick MovshonDrums – Homer SteinweissElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Ukulele – Thomas BrenneckLead Vocals, Piano – Rufus Wainwright.
Rufus Wainwright believes this to be "the most pop album" he's ever made, and he's probably right, so long as you're thinking 1970s pop. The title-track, addressing maturity and the desire for "something that can't be found on the main drag", has a genial country-pop tone that recalls Bread. There are echoes of Elton and Abba in "Bitter Tears", and Queen in the stodgy pomp-rocker "Rashida"
Artist: Rufus Wainwright. Album: Vibrate: The Best Of, 2014.
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