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It's okay

This is quite an okay album. Some good tunes - nothing that will rock your world, but it's a nice start. My only real problem (and the reason it's only worth 3 stars) is that some of these songs aren't Dean's and have been taken from other artists (with their permission I'm sure...but sitll!!) A particular sore point is "I'll be" - if you've ever heard Edwin McCain's version you'll quickly realise how very, very, very far Dean has to go. Maybe he should stick to his own songs, rather than trying to do rather weak versions of others.

Good Artist, Bad Production...

I heard some of this album on an idol special, and they were just playing the tracks from their multi-track on the computer - it actually really perked my interest - I thought hey that sounds different. I listen to these tracks today, and I think, damn, it went through the meat grinder... it sounds like a maxed out overly produced hyped up production, and it's not the artists fault at all. Something is VERY wrong with the production industry in this country, every album - who is mastering these tracks? ? - just comes out like it went through a sausage machine, mishmashed up into a big pile of mince.... so VERY sad. I really was looking forward to hearing the songs I thought they sounded very promising, but I'm extremely disappointed but most of all for Dean Geyer because it's not his fault, and because the tracks could equally have sounded very tastefully done, there is enough song writing and talent in the album for it to have been a stand out album in it's genre this year, but the mastering crew or, whoever did this, did their usual awful job. They either need an ear transplant, or a brain transplant, or just skip the mastering process altogether and we'll accept the technical imperfections of an un"polished" (if in this case polish means = mince meat) production. This should be a good album, I'll BET anything it would be an enjoyable listen to hear the unmastered work that was done. The vocals are so drowned in the over production you can't even hear him that well, but even so, you can hear that he's done a good job. I like this guy and wish him all the best, and I'm sure it's not his fault, the same thing has happened on too many of these recent albums and it's completely unnecessary which is what makes it so sad... Dean is a good artist, I hope he doesn't give up and gets enough sales on the musicality he put into this album to make another one and next time ditch the producer or the mastering engineer or whoever caused that final stage in production to be such a destructive and useless one.... then we'll hear some good music.

Nothing new

Sounds very similar to every other solo male at the moment. Nothing original to the music, or anything completlely breaking borders. A majority of the reviews on here are clearly bias Dean lovers, one only needs to look at their name to realise this. I preferred Millsy's album


Born: 20 March 1986 in Johannesburg, South Africa

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Dean Geyer was a favorite of the judges in the 2006 season of Australian Idol who was nevertheless voted off of the show by viewers, placing third overall. After leaving the show he was offered a recording contract by SonyBMG, as was Jessica Mauboy, that year's eventual winner. Born in South Africa on March 20, 1986, Geyer moved to Melbourne with his immediate family when he was 15. His first song was written shortly afterwards; called "Change," it dealt with the upheaval of moving away from most...
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