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Album Review

Following two majorly successful albums as a dance queen all over the world, the alto pop diva extraordinaire Anastacia released her third album, a self-titled one, to huge reception practically all over the globe. Interestingly enough, the only location where the album was never released was in the United States, where the American singer's flame never burst into wildfire. It's a real shame, though; Anastacia was a transition album for a multi-dimensional artist as she shifted from disco flavor into passionate power pop, and this haunting presentation would've been her ticket for gold in the States. Written, recorded, and produced while Anastacia was diagnosed and treated for breast cancer only helped the dazzling singer to create a more personal, painful piece of work that suits her unique voice perfectly. Packed with pop numbers that overlay into rock and soul, Anastacia envelops the listener into a painstaking reality that horrified the singer — that this might be the end of her career, and her life, and she wasn't going to go down without a fight. Stronger tracks on the album include "Left Outside Alone," a global smash that was the number one single of 2004 in many European countries, on which Anastacia berates the listener with cries of frustration in pop/rock at its finest, and "Heavy on My Heart," a shimmering ballad flushed by pain, love, and bombastic sounds that collide like tidal waves in what can only be described as a magical four minutes. The hits don't stop there, as Anastacia is packed with not only personal musical anecdotes (every track on the album was either written or co-written by Anastacia), but radio-friendly, grit-influenced dark pop hits like "I Do," "Seasons Change," and "Time." Plus, she seams R&B into her mix of melodies on tracks like "Pretty Little Dum Dum" and "Sick & Tired." Overall, Anastacia is truly an artist's record, where listeners get a bird's eye view into the minds of a covertly dark Anastacia whose musical imagination is finally allowed to blossomed due to the catalytic effect of a terrible tragedy that overcame her. Luckily for us, she is 100 percent cured of her disease; now it's time to take this new hauntingly gorgeous Anastacia and give her some credit like she truly deserves.

Customer Reviews

Best Yet!!!

This has to be the best Anastacia album, Its quite rocky and different then her other albums. Best songs are Left outside alone, Time, Sick and Tired and Welcome to my truth. Worth the buy!

Possibley the best album in the world

Although this has been out a while, if this is not in your collection yet, id advise getting it now. Its quite possibley the best album you could get, especially with these modern day women flooding the charts with pop fodder, this album from anastacia is pure genius. Its got a good mix of songs, Seasons change and time the more rock based tracks, Left outside alone which is now a modern day classic, Sick and tired which incoperates soul, pop and rock. Emotional ballads such as 'Heavy on my heart' help maintain a well balanced album. There is not one poor filler track on here, with even weaker tracks such as 'Sexy single' being a pleasant change from the 'I dont love you' type feel of the other songs. If anyone is going through any problems and enjoys music they can relate too, I couldnt reccomend this any higher. Well done anastacia

Seasons Change

Given as a gift to me on Christmas, this was my first experience with Anastacia. Yet, hearing "Left Outside Alone" numerous times on the radio, I never felt that the American pop artist could produce such an outstanding album. It lacks the autotune and nifty electonic effects of most popular performers of the 21st century but it definately gives us a truly remarkable listening experience with pop dazzlers like "Left Outside Alone" and "Welcome to My Truth" along with the not so cheery "Sick and Tired", "Heavy On My Heart", and "Maybe Today". A must buy for those who prefer authentic songs and not the fake, overproduced crap of today.


Born: 17 September 1973 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Raised in New York City, Anastacia came from an entertainment-oriented family: her father was a singer; her mother an actress in musical theater on Broadway. Despite being diagnosed with the chronic intestinal illness Crohn's disease at age 13, she developed a career as a dancer, appearing on Club MTV and in such music videos as Salt-N-Pepa's "Everybody Get Up" and "Twist and Shout." In 1999, she was a finalist on the MTV talent contest show The Cut, which attracted the interest of record labels....
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  • £5.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Britpop, Dance
  • Released: 01 January 2001
  • Parental Advisory

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