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Delta's Back And Better Than Ever...

It's been almost five years since Delta released her multi-platinum, multi-award winning, multi-just about-any-other-commendation-you-can-think-of album, Innocent Eyes, which spawned five #1 singles and put her straight into Australia's history books as one of our most successful singer-songwriters. It is almost three years since Delta released her follow-up album, the darker and more introspective Mistaken Identity, her first release following her much publicised battle with cancer. Whilst it may not have been as critically acclaimed as her debut, the album spawned two number #1s, including her duet with Brian McFadden, Almost Here. Now, she releases her latest effort, simply titled Delta. With noticeable changes in both her image and sound, this is a brand new Delta for a brand new day. And I'm happy to report the changes pay off handsomely for our Delta. Having come off a tumultuous few years with her sudden rise to the top of the charts and intense public scrutiny on her personal life, Delta unleashes a much less personal, much brighter third album. While Delta still continues to write about personal experiences - the fourth track on the album, God Laughs, is very personal, as it talks about her parents' divorce - the album focuses on a much more brighter and upbeat sound, perhaps reflecting the more content and happier state of the young musician's own life. The first single, In This Life, clearly reflects this - charting her change from a young teenager into a mature young adult, learning from her past experiences, but also embracing the possibilities of the future and her presence in the now. The new album clearly reflects Delta at her most comfortable, at her most content - making music she loves and enjoying being at full health once more. The shift in sound on this record is noticeable - as Delta as discussed already, there is experimentation with electronic sounds and less of the dramatic ballads that became her signature on her last two records, whilst retaining her classic piano influences. The biggest change perhaps is noticeable on the fifth track, You Will Only Break My Heart - a song that features more reggae beats and is probably the most different song on the album. It is very fun and upbeat and reminds me of A Little Too Late from her latest album. The first track, Believe Again, has been confirmed as the second single and deservedly so. It is a perfect combination of strings and dance beats, combining it to be one of the more powerful songs on the album and one which will be interesting to see done live. Overall, the album is reflective of a much more mature, sexier, adult Delta - one who has grown through many changes and obstacles in the last few years to arrive at a confident young woman who has found her place in the world. I personally love this album and I highly recommend it to anyone who is a fan of good music and/or a fan of Delta Goodrem.

After a while it really grows on you

At first I was a bit disappointed with the CD. The music on this record did not represent the Delta Goodem I've known and loved for nearly five years. However, although this is indeed a different and somewhat more difficult album to get into, I've come to conclude that this is a very fine effort by one of Australia's best singers. Delta's taken a lot of risks here, and most of them have worked. She incorperates an unusual use of techno and RnB rhythms; 85% of the time it's been a good move. This album cannot simply be catagorised as "Pop" as you can readily hear moments of Indie, Country and RnB woven through. It makes, as I mentioned, the album not as easily to love like "Innocent Eyes" or "Mistaken Identity" but eventually you will find yourself really enjoy this album. Another plus is every song is unique, unlike many Pop releases where each track sounds very much the same. Three years more or less away from the spotlight has also shown the immense improvement of Delta's voice. Her voice is stronger than I've ever heard it. There were times in "Mistaken Identity" where you could hear the effects the cancer had had on her voice, but now her voice surpasses even her memorable key-changing in "Born to Try." The first track "Believe Again" is a fantastic start to the album; it summarises where Delta has been and why she's come back: "I lost my faith in love, tonight I believe again." Now of course, everyone has their favourites, but my standouts on this album are "Possessionless" (vey sexy), "You Will Only Break My Heart" (immensley fun), "Bare Hands" (lyrically stunning and interesting use of techno), "I Can't Break it to My Heart" (beautiful *old school Delta* ballad) and "Angels in the Room" (a beautiful ode to her loyal fans). Once again, if at first you feel a bit undewhelmed, please persevere and I think you'll find you can really appreciate this third album of Delta Goodrem. Thank you Delta for coming back to us at last! 4 stars.

Album Of The Year

This album is a classic, delta's sound has changed from basic pop to a mixture of pop, rock, indie and electronica. Her best songs is Bare Hands and Believe Again. But all are unque and her album is worthy of an a.r.i.a award.


Born: 09 November 1984 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australi

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Australian singer/actress Delta Goodrem got her start on the popular soap opera Neighbours, and parlayed her fame from the show into a singing career. Her first album, the million-plus-selling Innocent Eyes, arrived in 2003 and featured songs co-written by pop songwriters such as Cathy Dennis. At that time, Goodrem was splitting her time between Neighbours and her pop career, but her diagnosis of Hodgkin's lymphoma forced her to slow down and re-evaluate her life. The direction for what was to become...
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