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The most uplifting and joyful album of '11

This new album acts as an international re-release to the US album 'Strip Me' - my most played album this year. So when I see 'Strip Me Away' on the UK iTunes it gives me that hope again that she will break into the charts as an international artist she has done before.
Currently, whenever I tell people of Natasha's newest work they ask, 'is she still around?' or they state 'I haven't heard from her in a while'. Little do they know of the inspiring and uplifting album of wonderful lyrics and catchy beats mainly covering the topic most are sensitive about in this day and age; that of identity. 'Strip Me Away' makes tracks that Strip Me left deserved to make.
And where better to start than the commercially wise song choice 'Pocketful of Sunshine'. This uplifting song is regaining much deserved popularity from the film 'Easy A'. I'd give the song 10/10, as it really captures the feeling of letting go of your stresses and concerns within the summer of 2011.
The next two songs, focusing on unsteady relationships, 'Little Too Much sways off the self-empowerment message, act almost as an intro into the song 'All I Need' not quite as forgettable with a bouncy, danceable tune and carefree lyrics fused with Natasha's conformable vocals.
After this point, prepare to be blown away with 'Strip Me.' Natasha blasting this powerful message of self-belief that I mentioned earlier: you can 'shut me out / But I'll just scream / I'm only one voice in a million / But you ain't taking that from me. The song really does speak for itself. Thereon, 'Neon Lights' taking you on a journey through a loving relationship, begin rising to the sky with 'Weightless', a position that's instantly compared to the prospect of not finding love with the song 'Can't fall down', the next track within the album.
The same trend continues with the up-tempo songs 'Touch' and 'Mozart' being instantly comparable to the much more low key Break Thru and Recover, which, don't stand out as much as songs but really add to the diversity of the album. We then finish on our journey with 'Put Your Arms Around Me' and 'Unexpected Hero', both putting the breaks on the powerful core of the album to exploring the feeling and essence of love capturing the dream-like state that it lowers you into aided with soft, chirpy piano playing and other instruments to accentuate and accompany the wonderful lyrics ending the album.
Out of all the songs, though, I really recommend 'Strip Me', 'Neon Lights', 'Weightless', 'Touch' and 'No Mozart'. The last track mentioned is my absolute favourite out of the album with the extended metaphor of Mozart being compared to the act of love tied in with the repetitive uplifting bet and touches of piano here and there tying in with the lyrics and Natasha's emotional voice wonderfully.
All in all, the tracks as a whole blend in well with each other - there isn't really a weak track here and there is at least one song bound to suit every individual. The purchase of the album as a whole is recommend as each song adds a new flavour and feel, creating a journey that is hard to forget.


like most good artists these days, natasha bedingfield is underated!

Romatic <3

I really enjoyed all the songs, more than others.My fav is Break Thru xx


Born: 26 November 1981 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Originally from New Zealand, Natasha Bedingfield grew up in southeast London, where she and her siblings were raised around music. By their teens, Natasha, brother Daniel, and sister Nikola had formed an R&B-based singing group. It didn't last, but the experience encouraged the Bedingfields to keep pursuing music. In 2001 and 2002 Daniel Bedingfield scored a hit with the single "Gotta Get Through This," and the following year it was Natasha's turn. Leaving university to sign with BMG, Natasha immediately...
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