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While rock theatrics have helped propel Bedingfield to the upper echelon of the pop charts, the best songs on Pocketful of Sunshine dig deeper into her soul influences. “Love Like This” and “Put Your Arms Around Me” are as catchy as Beyonce’s “Irreplaceable” and Mariah Carey’s “Touch My Body.” Maroon 5’s Adam Levine appears in a duet on “Say It Again.”

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1st one to review!

This album reassured me that Natasha truely deserves her career and a spot at a record label: Put Your Arms Around Me: 4/5 A cute song that makes me want swirl around in a summer dress in a field of daisies. Yes, cheesy, but it's that sweet and honest. Pocketful of Sunshine: 2/5 Love the title, not the creepy overprocessed voice though. Nice try, but not my favorite. Happy: 5/5 I love this song. Quite uplifting actually. Love Like This (feat. Sean K): 5/5 Although I like the version better without Sean Kingston this song is wonderful on so many levels. Piece of Your Heart: 3/5 This song is a little confusing to me. Almost like the words don't go with the song right. Soulmate: 5/5 Love this song- best slow song on the entire CD Say It Again: 4/5 I like it, but for some reason it doesnt stick in my head quite like the others. Angel: 2/5 My least favorite song on the track- I absolutely detest this one. Backyard: 3/5 I don't understand where she is going with this track- A bit creepy if you ask me. Freckles: 5/5 Love it! Enough said. Who Knows?: 2/5 Who knows why she wrote this song? 2nd least favorite on the CD. Pirate Bones: 3/5 Not my favorite, the title is a bit off for me. Parts of it sound like "independence" from her last track, but not nearly as good. Not Givin' Up: 5/5 GREAT CLUB SONG- I love this one :] Unwritten (stripped acoustic version): 3/5 Thought I would love this, it's ok but slightly disappointing Overall good album- I'm quite impressed!

This album is a "Pocketful of Sunshine"

Natasha Bedingfield is one of my favorite artists and I am absolutely delighted that she has come out with some new material! She has a beautiful voice, and always delivers material that was meant for success instantly. This is indeed a fantastic album, and was well worth the wait. Let’s take a closer look! Put Your Arms Around Me- Very nice start to the album, a nice, feel good song! 4/5 Pocketful of Sunshine- LOVE this song. It’s catchy, fun to listen to, and good lyrics. Rumored to be the second single. 5/5 Happy- This song makes me feel happy! It’s great for when you’ve had a bad day, and you just need some cheering up! 5/5 Love Like This- The first single, and by far the best song on this album. It features Sean Kingston, who delivers a nice verse. Perfect for an anniversary. 5/5 Piece of your heart- WOW, very different for Bedingfield. It isn’t really a feel good tune (like most of this album), but hey, life would be boring if people didn’t take chances. A solid tune. 4/5 Soulmate- The second best on this album. I love the mix of piano and guitar, and Natasha really delivered a lot of emotion in this song! 5/5 Say It Again- A nice song, but yet it gets kind of annoying after a few times, and I don’t expect this song to go anywhere far. 3/5 Angel- A great song to dance to, with great lyrics, and an excellent beat. 5/5 Backyard- Probably the weakest song off the whole album, but buy it to support Bedingfield. 2/5 Freckles- Very creative, really, that is all I have to say about this song. 4/5 Who Knows?- OK song, but I like how Bedingfield tried a classical feel for this one, and pretty solid tune. 3/5 Pirate Bones- The worst song on the entire album! 1/5 Not Givin’ Up- A nice dance track, and I love the beat. I love really how Natasha tried some new stuff on here. 4/5 Unwritten (Stripped Acoustic Version)- Very beautiful, but not as good as the original. Now THAT’S a classic. 4/5 Videos- All beautiful, and worth the money! Natasha Bedngfield is BACK, and she proves it by giving us a really good feel good album. Pop this album in the cd player, if you feel sad, alone, depressed, or if you just need some cheering up. My Top 5 Songs 1. Love Like This 2. Soulmate 3. Angel 4. Pocketful of Sunshine 5. Piece of Your Heart Nice job, Natasha.

Natasha Rocks

This a great album! Her vocals are outstanding and the lyrics are incredible. Here is what i think of all the songs: 1) Put Your Arms Around Me--9.5/10 --fun, upbeat, and great 2) Pocketful of Sunshine--10/10 --love it right away, catchy 3) Happy--10/10 --love this song, beautiful, cheer up anyone 4) Love Like This(feat. Sean Kingston)--10/10 --great, love the chorus 5) Piece of Your Heart--9.5/10 --great beat, awesome lyrics 6) Soulmate--10/10 --Amazing, you hear her real voice 7) Say it Again--8/10 --Good, but is a little boring 8) Angel--10/10 --Fabulous, great tune, cool beat 9) Backyard--7/10 --strange, alright 10) Freckles--9.5/10 --cute, happy, joyful 11) Who Knows?--9/10 --great, good sound 12) Pirate Bones-10/10 --creative, meaningful, awesome 13) Not Givin' Up--8/10 --fun, dance song, not the best 14) Unwritten(Stripped Acoustic Version)--6/10 --stick to the original Overall, Natasha did an amazing job with this album and I love it.


Born: November 26, 1981 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Originally from New Zealand, Natasha Bedingfield grew up in southeast London, where she and her siblings were raised around music. By their teens, Natasha, brother Daniel, and sister Nikola had formed an R&B-based singing group. It didn't last, but the experience encouraged the Bedingfields to keep pursuing music. In 2001 and 2002 Daniel Bedingfield scored a hit with the single "Gotta Get Through This," and the following year it was Natasha's turn. Leaving university to sign with BMG, Natasha immediately...
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