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Mostly (C) rap

Oh dear - the dreadful's influence is all too prevalent here. Someone needs to tell him that not every band he comes into contact with has to sound like his beloved "Peas". Danny should have stayed well clear and just carried on doing what they were good at - ok, people would have said it was just more of the same, but hey, it would have been better than this. Don't waste your money, just go back and listen to "The Man Who Can't Be Moved" and pray to god that people will soon realise that is the man who should be far away from the UK music scene as possible.


#3 is a turn in a different direction for The Script. But that's not a bad thing. All of the tracks on #3 are just like previous hits by The Script, they're full of soul, truth and have a great meaning to them. This time around the band spice their tracks up a bit with some rapping in their songs, and it totally works. The soft fluidity of their other albums did make the meanings behind the songs clear, but a bit too flowery for me personally. Nevertheless I still loved them both, but this style of rapping verses and using soaring vocals in choruses really, REALLY works. The track's become more punchy and in-your-face, and because of this, they're even more believeable and relatable. 5 stars.


Unfortunately it seems that the Script have gone in a new direction and this album is definitely a letdown compared to the first two albums.
Some songs are good but as a whole, no where near the standard expected


Formed: 2001 in Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A self-described "Celtic soul" trio, the Script were founded by guitarist Mark Sheehan and vocalist Danny O'Donoghue in 2001. The two musicians had previously performed together in Mytown, an Irish-based boy band that enjoyed moderate success at home but failed to generate international acclaim. After the group disbanded, Sheehan and O'Donoghue spent several years in Los Angeles, where they worked as producers alongside the likes of Teddy Riley, the Neptunes, and Rodney Jerkins. They later relocated...
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#3 Deluxe Version, The Script
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  • £9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: 07 September 2012
  • Parental Advisory

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