Opening the iTunes Store.If iTunes doesn't open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop.Progress Indicator
Opening the iBooks Store.If iBooks doesn't open, click the iBooks app in your Dock.Progress Indicator

iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection.

We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. To preview and buy music from Face the Fire by Michelle Chamuel, download iTunes now.

Already have iTunes? Click I Have iTunes to open it now.

I Have iTunes Free Download
iTunes for Mac + PC

Face the Fire

Open iTunes to preview, buy, and download music.

Album Review

She certainly is what one would call "multifaceted," but when singer, songwriter, producer, and reality show runner-up Michelle Chamuel released this debut album, what she was best known for and her greatest artist strength didn't necessarily "jive" in the way that they should. Her crafted, edgy, and inspiring effort Face the Fire rights many of these slight "wrongs" as it presents the former Voice contestant as the all-around artist she is, even if the music she creates is a unique jumble in itself. As a writer, Chamuel is an ace at writing empowering odes like TLC's "Unpretty," Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful," and numerous Taylor Swift songs, but her music comes with an '80s spirit, a '90s sheen, and a pop edge that's post-mashup, post-Internet, and maybe even post-genre. Check the delicate and intimate "Made for Me," where lyrics that come from deep in Chamuel's diary meet glitches that come from deep within in her laptop, while "Lottery" is the unlikely place where Katy Perry, James Blake, and Sam Smith all meet, shooting off fireworks that burst like lowercase edm and featuring beats that are best suited for dance moves where your glasses don't fly off. Those who didn't make the cheerleader squad get the kinetic title cut as a brilliant alternative to Swift's "Shake It Off," then "Golden" appears as swoon-worthy dubstep while the singer's vocals fly like doves into the air, and suddenly one of dance music's more detested genres is returned to honor and esteem. The minor complaint about the album is that it seems a thoughtful gift for her Voice fans, with the singing (powerful and clean, as if Bette Midler were born in the age of Arcade Fire), and the songwriting (sincere and sticks-to-the-bones) hogging the spotlight as her dub and remix producer persona Reverb Junkie remains tamed in the background. Still, for an artist who made her grand entrance on national television rather than on album, the worthy Face the Fire is a more a brilliant transition than it is an"As Seen on TV"-styled memento.

Customer Reviews

Initial debut stuns!

Michelle Chamuel's debut album is a breath taking waterfall with melodious lyrics and synth beats composed masterfully using her artistic skills and abilities. I saw her performing in concert at NYC famed Highline Ballroom on November 14th . From "The Lottery" to "Face the Fire" , these songs are layered apiece the colorful creations unheard on the Voice. Overall, this album is vivid portrait of Chamuel's debut as Reverb Junkie filled with creative hits and bits you don't want to miss!!!

Unexpectedly cool

Way more indie than anything I thought I’d get from a Voice contestant. Especially Golden and The Fall.. Bada** songs...

I never write reviews but...

I just had to buy this album from one of my all-time favorite performers on The Voice. The songs are great but the voice and spirit that delivers them raises them to an even higher level.


Born: 1986 in Wellesley, MA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Also known by her production alias the Reverb Junkie, singer, producer, and songwriter Michelle Chamuel was the runner-up on the fourth season of NBC's reality television singing competition The Voice. Born and raised in Wellesley, Massachusetts, Chamuel took piano and violin classes while in high school, but classical training took a back seat when she discovered the Korg Triton, a keyboard/sequencer. With the slick sound of the Korg, a love of pop, indie, and electro would flow out of the high-school...
Full Bio
Face the Fire, Michelle Chamuel
View In iTunes

Customer Ratings