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Make Some Noise (Worldwide Deluxe Edition)

Krystal Meyers

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It’s easy to see (and hear) why Krystal Meyers stands poised at the brink of American crossover success. Make Some Noise is a marked advance over her previous releases, benefitting from sharp, synthesizer-dominated production and a more mature attitude. Meyers’ vocals display a tawny midrange, set off by smooth falsetto touches. She breezes along to thumping beats on “Feels So Right” and “Shine,” recreating the florid ambiance of ‘80s techno-pop. Her ballads are more inconsistent; while “In Your Hands” is solid, “S.O.S.” and “My Freedom” don’t quite hit the note of desperation they strive for. Lyrically, the tracks shift between expressions of faith (“Love It Away”), romantic musings (“Up to You”) and Youth Power anthems (the title track). Ambiguous tunes like “Beautiful Tonight” and “You’ll Never Know” venture into Jesus-is-my-Boyfriend territory with a minimum of offensiveness. For the most part, Meyers sounds enthused and engaged, more eager to party than to preach. Flirtatious yet unsullied, she infuses Makes Some Noise with enough fire to please believers and skeptics alike.

Customer Reviews

Going Backwards

Her first album was absolutely incredible and is still in heavy rotation on my iPod. Her second release was decent, with some good songs but also a few stinkers. You could see the trend toward less rock and more pop and the music was more contrived and less inspired. This one, though, is just plain painful to listen too. "Make Some Noise" is a good song at its base, but the awful dance/pop mix the producer gave it just destroys any listenability. Her faith is still present, but you can tell there is another worldly influence here. Krystal needs to get away from listening to people around her and get back to just listening to God. Her best music has always been when it was just God and her guitar.

Exceptional Pop Album!

First and foremost, I would like to say that I absolutely loved Krystal Meyers' first album. That being said, I was curious as to what she would come out with next. This album was definately different stylistically, but keeps the same powerful lyrics and concepts present in her previous works. Her vocals have continued to mature and reach amazing heights in this new attempt. A quick warning: if you are expecting Krystal's old sound, prepare for a shock, since it is MUCH more pop oriented. However, it is still a solid album, and definately stays true to the first two albums in lyrical content and message. Make Some Noise: A strong title track, Krystal calls for her audience to think for themselves and stand apart from the crowd. Very similar in concept to her older song "Anticonformity" in the message, but with a much more pop-oriented beat. Very solid vocals here, with an anthem-like tune similar to something you'd see from Superchick. Love It Away: In this song, Krystal continues her encouraging message by asserting that God's love will remove the pain another is feeling. The lyrics are something you'd expect from Krystal, while maintaining a catchy pop beat. Another good track. Shine: Krystal's first single. It's a song about letting God's light shine though us, something that no one can take away. Much like being a "light upon a hill," setting an example so that others can see God's glory. S.O.S.: Fans of Krystal's previous albums will be pleasantly surprised with this song. The intro is surreal and quite beautiful, but there are a few elements of Krystal's old style scattered about, and the vocals are excellent. Yet another plea for rescue from God, and another solid addition to the album. Feel So Right: One of the catchiest songs on the album. There's really not much to say about it, other than it's a very strong track. My Freedom: A song about God being the only freedom from this world. Good vocals and lyrics, but what do you expect? It's Krystal. Beautiful Tonight: Another amazing song. Krystal tries to define beauty outside of the worldly sense, and does it through outstanding lyrics and vocals. Definately a standout. Up to You: A great song lyrically, though Krystal has rarely been lacking in this department. Another song wondering where she stands with God. She ends the song with the phrase "You'll always be part of my life." Again, thoughtful lyrics are what make this song so good. You'll Never Know: A song about the security God's love gives. She asserts that she'll never know being alone, because God will always be there. Again, good lyrics, and a good song overall. In Your Hands: A bit slower, but good vocals and excellent lyrics. The lyrics assert how everything is in God's control. Definately a good song. Sweet Dreams: I'll be honest, I don't like the original. However, Krystal's version was actually very good. A good ending to the album. The rest of the album consists of the video for "Make Some Noise" and three other recordings of the song with the chorus in different languages. The Digital Booklet provides lyrics to each of Krystal's songs, so if you miss something during your listening you can double check. Overall, while it may be a different style for Krystal, she stays true to her original message and ideals while keeping her songs diverse and thought-provoking. Don't let the pop style deter you from buying this album; it's still Krystal lyrically and still promotes spiritual things over worldly things. Five out of five stars for an amazing pop album from Krystal.


I've been a Krystal fan since I can remember and I must say her new sound is amazing. I realize that there are people that said she was "conforming" and "selling-out", but she is still the same Krystal we know and love! Sure, she's changed, people changed, she's 20 now, not 16...Anyways, her vocals are so beautiful on this album and her range is awesome! (EX: In Your Hands). All these songs are awesome so just buy the whole CD if you're willing to dance to some of the most catchiest songs ever! haha. Well, for me, this is one of the best albums released in 2008!

Make Some Noise (Worldwide Deluxe Edition), Krystal Meyers
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