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Monrose Vol IV

Monrose has tried to revieve there every spiralling career with 2010's unstimulating title, and fourht studio album 'Ladylike'. This album consists of extremly similar material to previous albums so if your a fan, and you liked the previous albums, this is another one for you.

Personally, I have bought Monrose's previous album's and have been that excited by them. They consist of moderatly okay pop tunes, with some ballads thrown in at various points. This album is no exception. The album uses so many songs that don't evoke any emotion and don't really nail any point to hard. The lyrical catropsy of 'Definition of a Woman' uses basic description that has no dept or originally that successful songs are packed full off.

You have to be selective with the tracks you listen to. This is not a put on and listen to smooth experience. The tracklsiting is very muddled and random, where they have placed lead single and catchy tune 'Like A Lady' 3rd, wheras they should open with it, to tie in with the title and concept of the album.

On the up side the album does have some beautiful visuals. The album cover is truly stunning showing the girls as confident young ladies. I wish they could reflect this in their music, on the exception of 'Like A Lady'.

All in allm, the album turns up the definition of poor pop. It dosen't hold any message or any structure. Its almost they've tried to write a pop album on how they think it should sound, apposed to actually writing a pop album.

Not their best album but it's a GROWER!

Own all of Monrose's previous albums, they're one of my favourite artists but I was honestly underwhelmed when I first heard this new album. Do not dismiss it though, I stuck with it, gave it a few more plays and I love it now. Standout tracks for me are 'Like A Lady', 'Superstar DJ', 'Mono', 'Catwalk VOGUE', 'Love Must Carry On', 'No No No' and 'All Or Nothing'. Their vocals sound great on this CD, a lot less compromised than on 'I Am' (which was a great album but their was too much computer work on the vocals overall). It's no 'Strictly Physical' but that album is for sure pretty hard to beat.


why isnt the UK getting more acts like this??

the album should be brought out over here it would be a hit but no we get stuck with crappy bands who are trying to follow everyone else.

The album is amazing i was really surprised i thought it would be much lower quality as the rest of them but its not.

best songs: like a lady, catwalk Vogue, mono, This is me and Breathe You In


Formed: 2006 in Germany

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

German pop trio Monrose was one of the myriad acts launched to fame via the television amateur showcase Popstars. Created in the mold of record-setting girl group No Angels, by some distance the most successful exponent of the Popstars model, Monrose's origins lie in the series' fifth season, heralded by advertisements proclaiming "Neue Engel braucht das Land" ("The country needs new angels"). In the summer of 2006, more than 5,100 hopefuls attended auditions in locales spanning from Frankfurt to...
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