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can i rate it 10 out of 5

seriously how is this album not in the top 10! she is so underrated she is an amazing performer and her voice is just astonishing

Pixie is so underrated!

Excellent album. UK artists are starting to receive more appreciation here, but it's still so sad that barely anyone knows about Pixie in Australia. The radio won't even play her songs anymore. "All About Tonight" has been serviced twice. I don't understand why they ignore her? It could of been a smash here if the radio gave it a go and the label did some good promotion. On to the album, it's almost flawless. It really showcases Pixie's versatility. From the generic pure-pop sounds of "All About Tonight" and "Kiss the Stars" to urban flavours like "What Do You Take Me For?" and "Bright Lights (Good Life)" to tracks like "Dancing On My Own" and "You Win", this album really has it all. I think it could appeal to any kind of listener of any age-demographic. You have pop, dance, soul, jazz, urban and R&B all in one. Also, why can't we get the deluxe edition here in Australia? It has 5 great bonus-tracks, 1 remix and 2 music videos. Kind of unfair, but I can see why they didn't bother.

Love it

I love it. Pixie has such a great voice. I especially love What do you take me for?
Keep it up Pixie!


Born: 12 January 1991 in England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Exuberant and youthful where Adele possessed gravitas, providing fizzy fun where Natasha Bedingfield offered nothing but cool class, Pixie Lott split the difference between these two British soul divas, finding her own niche as a pop-soul singer with classic roots but a sweet, stylish attitude. This cheerfulness brought her immediate success in Britain when she debuted in 2009. Her first two singles, "Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)" and "Boys and Girls," went to number one in 2009, setting the stage for...
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Young Foolish Happy, Pixie Lott
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  • $16.49
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Dance, Rock
  • Released: 01 January 2011

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