Charles Bradley Announces New Album Victim of Love for April 2013 Release

January 10th, 2013
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Charles Bradley is set to release his sophomore album, Victim of Love on April 2, 2013. Read on for more details on this album.

Photo Credit: Adam Blyweiss

Photo Credit: Adam Blyweiss

Bradley states that this album was created to help his fans realize how much they have helped him grow. The story of his emergence from an unfortunate life and rough welcoming into the music industry has only made him stronger as an artist. This album is filled with optimism and serves as a summary of this next chapter in his life. View the cover art and track listing below.


Victim of Love
01. Strictly Reserved For You
02. You Put The Flame On It
03. Let Love Stand A Chance
04. Victim Of Love
05. Love Bug Blues
06. Dusty Blue
07. Confusion
08. Where Do We Go From Here
09. Crying In The Chapel
10. Hurricane
11. Through The Storm

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