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Customer Reviews

Even Better Than Unwritten!

Wow! I love this album. I wanna have your babies was a great track but i believe there are better ones that ought to be singles. I love; How do you do, Soulmate, Smell the Roses and Say it Again especially but there are afew duds in my opinion that are just boring such as loved by you that i just can't get into, as much as i want to. Overall though, excellent!

Big dissapointment cos her 1st was so good

the better songs: i wanna have your babies, soulmate, say it again, i think they're thinking [interlude], when you know you know, [no more] what ifs, still here bad songs: backyard, tricky angel, smell the roses the majority of the album is just completely unforgettable - the fun has gone out of her - apart from the lead single. not all of the songs are REALLY bad - they're just boring and dont go anywhere - u dont end up walking around singing them like u do with the first album - and i've had this album since it came out so i'm not jus saying this after a couple of listens - love the artwork tho! songs are too slow and sound the same. xx

A stunning follow-up album

When Natasha Bedingfield first appeared on the music scene around 2004 it was clear she had talent. It's rare that I'll go out an album by a female artist, purely because there are very few whose work do anything for me. Ms Bedingfield is one of those few. The first album may have had some great songs (These Words in particular) but the second album is always trickier, especially with such a praise-laden debut casting its shadow. You don't have forever to finish it either since public anticipation only holds so long once you're known. Happily this album is a worthy successor to Unwritten. It forges a new direction, no longer the same content singleton as in the previous batch of songs. In fact the album as a whole is a more satisfying listen in that it is more consistent than its predecessor which I found had more fillers. 'How Do You Do' is a great catchy opener and is a nice transition between the attitude of this and the last album. Pirate Bones and Say It Again are also very good numbers, and even the two bonus tracks are gems. Special mention should go to the ballads on this album though, which are very well written and performed. Bedingfield has a very expressive frailty in her voice which she sparingly uses to great effect - not entirely unlike Frank Sinatra did in his prime. Highly recommended.


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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