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Gossip hounds hoping that Nick Lachey's first post-divorce album would be laden with songs about his doomed marriage to Jessica Simpson will be pleased — scratch that, delighted — with What's Left of Me. If the album title doesn't clue you in to what it's all about, a glance at the song titles tip off its content: "I Can't Hate You Anymore," "On Your Own," "Outside Looking In," "Everywhere But Here," "Ghosts," "You're Not Alone," "Resolution" — it's a virtual greatest-hits of brokenhearted laments, all sequenced as if it were a concept album about a man coming to terms with a painful divorce. To top it off, the centerfold photo finds Lachey sprawled out on a mattress in a grungy trailer, a stack of worn books, a TV with rabbit ears, and an empty beer bottle within reach, all bearing the unmistakable subtext that this is what the separation from Jessica has left him with (he also offers the following thanks: "most importantly, Miller Brewing...thank you!" — but don't get ahead of yourself and think that this is a nod of gratitude to the beverages that got him through this difficult time; it's part of an extended thank you to "all of my friends who help to satisfy my sports addiction," which takes up as much space as his business, family, and fans thanks).

So, this second album from the former 98° star provides plenty of voyeuristic satisfaction, as each song — whether it's written by Lachey or not (and chances are, it is, since he has writing credits on eight of the 12 songs) — plays into the theme, which makes it kind of like the boy band Blood on the Tracks. And it's hard not to have sympathy for a guy whose sexpot ex allegedly cuckolded him through her affairs with Johnny Knoxville and Bam Margera (it's possible to imagine a more humiliating list of lovers for Lachey, but even if you added anyone from Wilmer Valderhama to Artie Lange to that list, it wouldn't seem as bullying, as violent as that pair; it's practically a Jackass stunt). Lachey also deserves credit for not patterning his record after Jon Secada's early work, which the Backstreet Boys inexplicably did. He tries hard to sound modern, incorporating elements of anything from Ashlee-styled modern pop (ironic, isn't it?) to Coldplay, whose spacy surfaces are heard throughout (most notably on "Beautiful," whose echoing piano riff can't help but recall "Clocks"). This gives What's Left of Me a relatively fresh feel, although the songs slavishly follow the boy band formula for the turn of the century. That doesn't mean What's Left of Me isn't interesting — Lachey's valiant twin struggles to modernize his sound and get past his impending divorce certainly make this album interesting. It's memorably odd, and even if it suggests that Lachey may have a rough time growing old with his signature sound, it still is hard not to finish the album and have a twinge of sympathy for the guy. Plus, he'll likely have the last laugh: he and Jessica had no prenup, so half of that marriage is his, so even if What's Left of Me fails to kick-start his career, he's probably not gonna wind up struggling to get by in that trailer.


Nacido(a): 09 de noviembre de 1973 en Harlan, KY

Género: Pop

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Tras obtener como miembro de 98º cuatro discos de platino, Nick Lachey decidió focalizarse en otros emprendimientos artísticos y lanzó su carrera como solista. Junto con su esposa, Jessica Simpson, se convirtieron en celebridades de primera línea cuando su reality show, Newlyweds, conquistó la audiencia estadounidense. A medida de que su show se fortalecía, Lachey grabó Soul-O, un R&B con influencia pop. Casi al final del 2005, Lachey y Simpson anunciaron su separación....
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