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It's A Complicated World

by Robert Nix

The Second Album In The Robert Nix Journey
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. And You Want to Be King
2:48 $0.99
2. It`s a Complicated World
4:36 $0.99
3. A Black Spot On Humanity
4:50 $0.99
4. She Means Alot to Her Friends and Family
5:49 $0.99
5. The Good Deeds
6:59 $0.99
6. Come to Your Senses
5:13 $0.99
7. It`s the Day`s End
2:55 $0.99
8. I Need You
5:29 $0.99
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Reviews: Robert Nix ~ It’s A Complicated World
Posted on Saturday, April 08, 2006 @ 07:30:00 EDT

Artist: Robert Nix

CD: It's a Complicated World

Home: Toronto,Canada

Style: Rock

Quote: "In this complicated world of ours, it’s good to know that smart and passionate people like Robert Nix are diligently using music to understand this complex home planet of ours."

By Dan MacIntosh

This CD's title reminds us that it’s a complicated world after all, and its creator, Robert Nix, doesn’t try to convince us otherwise. Nix’s singing voice sometimes sounds eerily like Jim Morrison of The Doors, who was himself an especially complicated individual. The world may be a complicated place, but Nix applies basic, good musical values to his songs here.

In addition to this CD’s title track, “A Black Spot On Humanity” also reveals how Nix consistently applies a big picture viewpoint to his lyrics. His songs alternate between being guitar-based and keyboard-based, with “A Black Spot On Humanity” exemplifying one of his keyboard-oriented songs. This latter track also utilizes orchestral string elements.

In contrast to his mostly wide angle lens lyrics, “She Means A Lot To Her Friends And Family” is positively microscopic in comparison. Nix can become extremely passionate while he’s singing, which sets the contrastingly quiet “It’s The Day’s End” apart from the rest. In this complicated world of ours, it’s good to know that smart and passionate people like Robert Nix are diligently using music to understand this complex home planet of ours.
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gary sokol

a good intellectual album keep up the good work robert
i really liked you album,
i also got your card from canada
sorry i havent written back
everything is sos at work
talk to you soon gary


She means alot to her friends and Family
Only listened to the 30secs available on Itunes without a download. The lyrics have got me very intreged. They are sung with such passion and sensitivity. Hard to comprehend a MAN can FEEL so much sensuality, love, admiration and awe about a WOMAN.

Louise Peacock

It's a Complicated CD!
Robert Nix is not a simplistic songwriter. Each of his songs has a special message or meaning. the album holds your interest all the way through, because it is not predictable. There is cohesion - but not boredom. Robert's approach to each song is unique, because each story that he is telling is unique..... In my opinion, it is the individual stories that make this album so interesting and appealing. ....Another thing that I really appreciate is the production quality. Robert is a good songwriter, and with this collection of songs, he challenges us to think about things.