Lindsey Stirling - Shatter Me (2014) {2015, SHMCD+DVD, Limited Deluxe Edition, Japan}

Lindsey Stirling - Shatter Me (2014/2015)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 393 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 121 Mb | Scans (JPG, 300 dpi) ~ 35 Mb
DVD5 | ISO | MPEG-2, NTSC 16:9 (720x480), 23.976 fps, VBR 9800 Kbps
LPCM 2.0, 1536 Kbps | ~ 593 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Electronic, Dance, Dubstep, Classical Crossover | Lindseystomp Music/Universal Music #UCCS9041

Shatter Me is the second studio album by American violinist and solo artist Lindsey Stirling. It is Stirling's first album to include collaborations with other vocalists, featuring Lzzy Hale and Dia Frampton, and Stirling has said its musical style is more progressive than her first album. The album reached number two on the Billboard 200, making it Stirling's biggest week of her career in terms of sales, while peaking on three other Billboard charts. The album won the 2015 Billboard Music Awards for Top Dance/Electronic Album. Japanese special edition of Lindsey's album "Shatter Me" features an SHMCD. It also includes a bonus track available exclusively in Japan, "Senbonzakura." The video for "Senbonzakura" and "Shatter Me" are included on the DVD.
Dancer, violinist, Manga and dubstep enthusiast, composer, performance artist, America's Got Talent contestant, and Elder Scrolls-loving internet celebrity, Salt Lake City, Utah native Lindsey Stirling is the Faerie Queen of millennial new age music, and her sophomore studio album, the 12-track, largely conceptual Shatter Me, offers up a spirited set of high-octane classical crossover confections that occupy the barbed wire and flower petal strewn middle ground between Evanescence, Riverdance, Skrillex, and Narnia. Like her 2013 debut, Shatter Me is essentially a showcase for Stirling's instrumental prowess, and she delivers the heat with all of the fire, fury, and mad, pixie-ish sweetness that drew millions of people to her Lindseystomp YouTube channel, especially on standouts like "Beyond the Veil," "Master of Tides," and "Roundtable Rival," which weave sharp, confident melodies over a backdrop of glitch-heavy, yet largely conventional slabs of radio-ready electro-pop. She applies that same formula to the two non-instrumental tracks as well, both of which revolve (lyrically) around the album cover, which finds Stirling encased in a cracked crystal ball, and features Halestorm vocalist Lizzy Hale ("Shatter Me") and Meg & Dia lead singer Dia Frampton ("We Are Giants") giving the Auto-Tune processor a full eight-hour day.
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