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Innocent Eyes

Delta Goodrem

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Album Review

Following in the wake of dozens of promiscuous pop queens and wannabe good girls gone bad, Delta Goodrem's presence in the music industry is a refreshing change. From the title of her album to its cover image, Innocent Eyes reflects a mature yet clean display of true vocal talent in the slush of today's overproduced pop. With an entourage of live instruments (as opposed to synthesizers), Goodrem's piercing voice washes through the meticulously penned and planned tracks. Her style bears a cute chill that satisfies the ears and teases them for more at the same time. On poignant ballads like "Butterfly," Goodrem's emotional depths arise in a Mandy Moore style; while during "Predictable," Goodrem's devilish side trickles through one of just a few aggressive pop tracks. The songs don't feel dated, they're more Celine-classical, which gives them staying power for many years to come. The ballads, and there are plenty on this album, aren't overly schmaltzy and don't seem to weigh down the upbeat numbers, partially due to Goodrem's ability to infuse personality into some of the lazier tunes. Highlights on the album include "Longer," "Born to Try," and the title track, which are pop gems in purest form. With five smash number-one singles and several co-writing (or sole writing) credits, the debut release by a bright future pop star is a more-traditional creamy creation, with layers of talent that should keep listeners pleased for many years.

Customer Reviews

Fantastic Debut!!

Delta's debut album was released in 2003 and still today I put it on and listen to it and really enjoy it! A brilliant, catchy and fantastically written set of songs, 5 of which went to number one in Oz and the album itself spending 29 weeks at number one and going 14x platinum in the process!

Good Times!

I'm happy to say this is one of the best albums I own. Great it is on iTunes for everyone! Born to Try, Innocent Eyes, Not Me Not I, Lost Without You, Predictable, and Will You Fall for Me are the pick of the bunch. I won't lie Butterfly I don't like but that just makes you enjoy all the other class tunes on the album even more. You should own this album it's a must.

First

In my opinion, Delta choose the right songs to make singles. 'Born to Try', 'Innocent Eyes', 'Not Me, Not I' and 'Lost Without You' are amazing songs, my favourite is easily Innocent Eyes for it's complicated piano backround and it's darkish lyrics. However apart from those four, the rest of the album didn't stand out for me. They each seemed to blend into one another and I couldn't tell when one song ended and when the next one began. But, regardless each song is well though out and has beautiful lyrics so it gets 4 stars

Biography

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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