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Album Review

When Charlotte Church, the child with the voice of an angel, became an adult preferring pop music, there was a gap in the market for a group of children singing with clear, angelic voices, a gap that was filled by the production of three boys and three girls, collectively known as Angelis. Selected from choirs around the U.K. including the Royal Scottish National Opera and the New London Children's Choir, Moray West, Joe Martin, Sam Adams Nye, Natalie Grace Chua, Camilla Seale, and Amy Dow, all aged between 11 and 14, were brought together by Simon Cowell, a man who rarely missed an opportunity to fill any gaps in the market and handed to producer Steve Mac, known for his work with Il Divo and Westlife. With both eyes open to the time of year for the release and the once-per-year album purchases of many people, they covered religious songs "Pie Jesu," "Silent Night," "Morning Has Broken," and "O Holy Night" quite well: after hearing them in church, one might want to hear them sung beautifully at home. "Somewhere over the Rainbow" is also here, done more in the style of Eva Cassidy than Judy Garland, along with Enya's "May It Be" and Sarah McLachlan's "Angel," but however beautifully sung, there is only one pace throughout — slow — and after 11 songs and nearly 40 minutes, it leaves you yearning for something, anything, a little livelier with slightly more oomph. Angelis charted at number two on November 18, 2006 behind Jamiroquai's hits collection, during one of the busiest-ever weeks of chart action with seven new entries in the Top Ten that week. One week later, the similar but slightly older, all-female quartet All Angels arrived and there was an opportunity to compare two sets of young angelic voices. As children, Angelis were obviously cuter, but the maturity of All Angels shone through clearly. One week later still and the even more mature Il Divo released their next album. It would be harder than ever to pick the one album only to buy for Christmas 2006.

Customer Reviews

Great Album

I think this album is great, My favourite song is Number 1 Angel it just Beautiful.


well im more into lik r&b and dance music but this is acctualy sooooo good , these kids got pure talent blew me away


so calming and so full of talent these kids are full of it and it shows through each song, its perfect. Especially for playing it to get young babies off to sleep due to the beauty of there voices


Formed: 2006 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Youth choral group Angelis was the brainchild of American Idol judge and producer Simon Cowell. After a reported two-year search, Cowell handpicked 14-year-old Sam Adams Nye (the BBC's Young Boy Chorister of the Year for 2005), 13-year-old Natalie Grace Chua (a veteran of London's West End), 12-year-old Camilla Seale (a member of the New London Children's Choir and the Highgate Choral Society), and 11-year-olds Moray West (a member of the National Boys' Chamber Choir), Amy Dow (a founder of the Wallingford...
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