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Album Review

Five years after his appearance on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here sparked an unexpected pop career revival, Peter Andre returns with his fourth solo studio LP, Revelation, arguably more high-profile than what he was putting out in his '90s Mysterious Girl heyday. His last album, The Long Road Back, may have flopped, but thanks to his tempestuous love life and fly-on-the-wall reality TV shows, Andre has become a permanent fixture in the U.K. tabloids. Now, with complete musical control for the first time in his career, Revelation is his opportunity to showcase his talents as a serious artist, rather than his talents to court publicity. Unlike his last effort, the embarrassing karaoke-styled Whole New World duets collection with now estranged wife Katie Price, Revelation at least attempts to be more inventive, not least for the fact it's co-written and produced by A.C. Burrell, a founding member of grime collective So Solid Crew. Indeed, his desire to distance himself from his rather dubious musical past couldn't be more evident on the guitar-led lead single "Behind Closed Doors," where Andre's rocky Bryan Adams-inspired vocals are unrecognizable from his more familiar Michael Jackson-influenced soulful tones. Luckily, Andre refrains from this Stars in Their Eyes-style impersonation with the rest of the album, which veers from modern, synth-led R&B on the Taio Cruz-esque "Outta Control" and "Distance," to old-school ballads "Go Back" and "XOXO," reminiscent of Boyz II Men's mid-'90s output. With its use of early Timbaland staccato beats and New Jack swing sound, the majority of Revelation could easily have appeared on his previous excursion into U.S. R&B, 1998's Time. But even though it may not be the huge musical forward leap that Andre suggested, the Justin Timberlake—influenced electro-funk of "The Way You Move" and the Ne-Yo style slow jam "Sliding Doors" indicate that he does have the potential to challenge his more credible contemporaries. Unsurprisingly, the lyrics are dominated by his relationship with Jordan, and the likes of "Call the Doctor" and "Replay" will certainly satisfy OK magazine readers looking for more insight into his rather public private life. But at times its self-autobiographical nature becomes a bit too over-bearing, particularly on the schmaltzy closing track "Unconditional." Considering it never really ventures outside Andre's comfort zone, Revelation doesn't exactly live up to its title, but without a cheesy reggae-pop track or Disney cover version in sight, it's by far his strongest and most convincing album to date. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Customer Reviews

This album is great!!!!

Really love all the songs on Peter Andre's latest album! Current fave is Call The Doctor.....brilliant song!! I've always thought that Peter Andre was under-rated, hopefully this album gives him the credit he thoroughly deserves......BUY it!!!! Top marks Mr Andre!!!


A very mature, well written album from Peter Andre, this guy has been on a massive journey since his mysterious girl days and it is reflected in this album.
Somebody call me a doctor is a very good track with a very deep meaning to it, excellent and well written.
Go back and sliding doors are amazing tracks.
It is difficult to pick the best track of this album as they are all outstanding.
Unconditional is a definate highlight.
Well done Peter. Excellent well written album, would certainly recommend purchasing this album, good mix of slow and uptempo songs.

Gemma C

This has got to go to number one!! Pete's best work by far, i am just loving this Album. Call the Doctor best song!! XX


Born: 27 February 1973 in Harrow, London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

In 1992 and 1993, Peter Andre defied the odds by becoming a pop star in Australia when the last thing the country was looking for was a singing, dancing, muscle-flexing R&B pop hero. In 1995 he achieved the near-impossible again by repeating the same feat across Europe. Originally born in England his family relocated to Surfer's Paradise, Queensland when he was ten years old. This proved to be a major turning point in Andre's life and ultimately, his career. He had just started getting into dance...
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