23 Songs, 1 Hour 22 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sam Smith’s star turn on Disclosure’s “Latch” only hinted at the British belter’s potential. In the Lonely Hour deftly blends classic soul, gospel choruses, and sumptuously recorded acoustic instruments with 21st-century production flourishes, like the hip-hop beat of "Life Support" and the subtle vocal processing of "Money on My Mind." An extended meditation on unrequited love, the album shows off Smith’s stunning emotive power, from his wounded wail on the mournful “Stay with Me” to his barely disguised bitterness on the dazzling “Like I Can.”

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sam Smith’s star turn on Disclosure’s “Latch” only hinted at the British belter’s potential. In the Lonely Hour deftly blends classic soul, gospel choruses, and sumptuously recorded acoustic instruments with 21st-century production flourishes, like the hip-hop beat of "Life Support" and the subtle vocal processing of "Money on My Mind." An extended meditation on unrequited love, the album shows off Smith’s stunning emotive power, from his wounded wail on the mournful “Stay with Me” to his barely disguised bitterness on the dazzling “Like I Can.”

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
309 Ratings
309 Ratings
geopang ,

Yall are so petty.

He has added a few more songs and here you are being childish and rating it one star.

Ruizangel16 ,

Disappointed

I'm very sad that this whole album has songs that I have already have
There's only a few, I need yet I might have to pay the whole album price for everything to double. I hope he releases every song has a single so that I can only buy the ones I need

EnzoLaurent ,

Same album?

Why another album with the same songs? And just 4 new ones?

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