12 Songs, 52 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
70 Ratings
70 Ratings
scotty peabody ,

Re-newed found love for Cyndi

I used to love Cyndi. I remember listening to She's So Unusual and thinking it was all about me (only I was living out the boy version). Then she hit a slump with a few high notes (Sisters of Avalon was so promising and a fantastic CD but I think a bit before it's time with the mainstream) but nothing lived up to her early 80's stuff. Then along came Bring me to the brink and I started pulling out my Cyndi CDs and downloading stuff I never bought and telling everyone I knew to go buy Cyndi's new CD! This CD is AMAZING. I knew this was worth it when I listened to Time after Time. This version made me cry and want to go back to the summer of 1984 and everything that time seems in my memory. Buy this. It is not better and not worse. I think the original and these new versions accompany each other so well that you really see the talent of this amazing artist.

Melonz ,

Stripped down

These are beautiful, stripped down versions of her songs. Her voice is lovely and uncluttered by techie background. Her voice was meant to be heard this way. Cyndi's voice melting into Sarah McLachlan's in 'Time After Time' brings the life to this song that it deserves. 'Above the Clouds', 'Fearless' and 'Water's Edge' are wonderful songs.

rjefdallas ,

Beautifully done

I must say that I am very glad that I decided to buy this album. I remember Cyndi's music from the 80's so well, and I saw here in Texas a couple of years ago. The renditions that she does in this album are absolutely gorgeous. If you think you've heard Cyndi, give this album a listen - you haven't heard anything yet.

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