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Quite simply: amazing

The Promise: 8/10 The Loving Kind: 9/10 Rolling Back The Rivers In Time: 7/10 Love Is The Key: 7/10 Turn To Stone: 9/10 Untouchable: 10/10 Fix Me Up: 9/10 Love Is Pain: 8/10 Miss You Bow Wow: 9/10 Revolution In The Head: 8/10 Live In The Country: 9/10 We Wanna Party: 8/10 It's as simple as that.

Girls Aloud, we salute you!

After having a fantastic past 12 months with them selling out the O2 arena in London twice, scoring 3 top 10 singles which have all sold over 100,000 copies, and then Cheryl becoming a judge on the X Factor it seemed Girls Aloud couldnt get any better. But they have... The album opens with an extended version of their current number one hit, The Promise, which will be stuck in your hand within minutes. 'Out of Control' holds several catchy, and unique tracks, with the stand outs being the rumoured new single, The Loving Kind, which is a mix between their massive single 'Call The Shots' and 'Life Got Cold', and then also another highlight is the song 'Revolution in the Head' which has the unique Girls Aloud sound which every album of theres has. The song is a reminded of their past album anthem, 'Fling' which proved to critics they were fantastic singers (and rappers!) The album is highly recommended and shows Girls Aloud have progressed as a band from pop queens, to a unique sound that cant be described apart from saying - it's what Girls Aloud do best. Girls Aloud, we salute you!

Getting better and better...

WOW, can't believe this is GA sixth album release, and what an album, I do have to say though that I do think Girls Aloud are still holding back a bit with their musuc direction and hopefully with the seventh album they will explore the direction of music and that unique Girls Aloud sound that we all love. Compared to the Sugababes latest effort this is in comparision the best pop album of the year, each track is unique and has its own vibe. The Loving Kind should be the next single, a dance track with a mellow feel to it, similarly Turn to Stone has the same kind of vibe this one has a bit more attitude to it. Overall a Girs Aloud album to be proud of and new and old fans will be so excited, vocally they are all amazing and its nice to see Nicola sing alot more solo as she has an amazing voice. This alum deserves to be the Girls second Number 1 album and in these troubled times we need something to cheer us up and Out of Control will do the job just fine. ****** (6 Stars)


Formed: November, 2002 in England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Despite their prefabricated formation through a television program called Popstars: The Rivals, Girls Aloud achieved both mainstream success and widespread critical acclaim in their native England. Through Popstars' process of elimination, Girls Aloud's membership amounted to Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts, Cheryl Cole (née Tweedy), and Kimberley Walsh. The group took shape in November 2002, and soon began a streak of Top Ten singles that broke a record for all-woman groups and remained...
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