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Breakthrough

Colbie Caillat

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Here we have a good handful of GRAMMY-awarded songwriters, producers and other artists adding to Caillat’s beachy singer/songwriter recipe, including Rick Nowels, Greg Wells, John Shanks and Kara DioGuardi (acclaimed songwriter and judge of 2009’s American Idol). But just because there are so many cooks in the kitchen hardly means that Breakthrough isn’t a good album — it’s a great album, albeit somewhat watered down. With continued help from Coco’s collaborators Jason Reeves and Mikal Blue, fans can rest assured that Caillat still coos with that warm Jason Mraz-esque coastal vibe, even in the tunes that muse on broken hearts and complicated relationships like the opening number “I Won’t” and the amorously apprehensive “Begin Again.” The obvious standout “Fallin’ for You” is easily the catchiest tune here with its subtly powerful chorus hooks and persevering themes of summer love.

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Loved Most of It!

I'd have to say that Breakthrough sort of pales in comparison to Coco. I find that Coco has more solid and more memorable tunes such as Bubbly, Realize, Magic, One Fine Wire, Little Things, everything! Ninety percent of Coco's tracks could all be singles. Breakthrough, on the other hand, is a solid album with around 7 tracks that could really stand alone. Breakthrough is sort of a copycat of Coco with just minor alterations which isn't necessarily bad cause I personally love the summer-y feel of Colbie's songs. Having said all of that, I still am convinced that you should buy this. If you are a Colbie fan or you just like chill music, then you have got to have this. Here are my thoughts on the tracks: Must Buys a.k.a. Could Be a Single a.k.a. I Love a.k.a. 5 STARS! 1. I Won't 2. Begin Again 3. You Got Me 4. Fallin' For You 5. Droplets 6. I Never Told You 7. Fearless 8. It Stops Today The remaining tracks are 4 our of 5 stars because I personally think that they are forgettable. But I still like them. I just love the eight tracks I named more. :-)

She Does It Again! :)

After her first successful album "Coco", I didn't think she could get any better. Fortunately, I was wrong. Colbie Caillat does it once again. Even though some of her tracks on her new album "Breakthrough" are a bit more up-tempo compared to most of her tracks, that doesn't change anything about how cute and beautiful this album is. Even though it's a bit different compared to her older work, I don't think any less of her. Hearing her hit single "Fallin' for You" proved to me that this album was going to be amazing. Her new album is charming, sweet and beautiful. I simply love it. Even though many of her songs point toward the same message of love, happiness, or sadness, each track has it's own spice that satisfies me greatly. Her cute charming lyrics never seem to dissapoint. Colbie Caillat has pulled through on her second album, and it does not dissapoint the slightest bit. I'm very pleased with her new and stylish peice of work. :D

Awesome! FIRST REVIEW

Colbie keeps the same originality as a singer and song writer in this new album. Nice one.

Biography

Born: May 28, 1985 in Newbury Park, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

By age 21, vocalist Colbie Caillat had evolved swiftly from an aspiring R&B/folk singer to a pop sensation, a feat that owed as much to the marketing assistance of MySpace as the meteoric popularity of her debut single, "Bubbly." Caillat's childhood was spent in Malibu and Ventura County with her father, Ken Caillat, an established audio engineer who helped produce Fleetwood Mac's Rumours and Tusk. Songs were often mixed at the console in her Malibu beach house, filling the corridors with the...
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