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Let It Go

Will Young

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Album Review

On his fourth release in the mainstream market, Will Young once again sticks to what he does best: produce material satisfying to the adult contemporary listener. Once again, he has done so while balancing soft-spoken ballads with effervescent fresh dance tunes pleasing to a general audience, although this time around only a handful of tracks truly excel. As Young matures with every disc he releases, so does his music, as seen on Let It Go. Young evokes George Michael on his first single, "Changes," but keeps up his credibility as he croons "Grace" and shakes up the beat with the album's strongest upbeat track, "Tell Me the Worst." Young's unique tone can also be heard on bright tracks like "If Love Equals Nothing" and "Let It Go."

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Very good album, as good as previous albums,if not better! Enjoyed all songs, but 'This is who I am' is really superb,really catchy,could be a bond song!!!

Biography

Born: 20 January 1979 in Hungerford, Berkshire, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

In February 2002, 23-year-old British singer Will Young became the winner of Pop Idol's inaugural season, making him the first in a long line of Pop Idol, American Idol, and X Factor champions. His debut single, "Anything Is Possible," was released two weeks after the show's finale and became the fastest-selling single in the U.K., a title previously held by Band Aid's 1984 hit "Do They Know It's Christmas?"...
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