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  • Audio CD (8 Oct. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Special Edition
  • Label: Universal / Island
  • ASIN: B000VLE3F6
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
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SUGABABES Change (2007 UK 12-track CD album - The most successful female act of the century [British Hit singles and albums] have returned with their 5th studio album; including the single About You Now which recorded with Dr Luke [Kelis Pink Missy Elliott] marks a distinct new sound for the band whilst effortlessly preserving that unique Sugababes flavour)

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Change is certainly something the Sugababes are familiar with. The girl group, famed for their squad rotation policy, have regularly shifted musical tack in the nine years since their formation and it's served them well. In 2006's Overload, they possess one of the more abundant and rewarding greatest hits compilations of recent times. But it was time to change again.

The focus, of course, is the studio album debut of Amelle Berrabah. Berrabah was passed the poisoned chalice previously belonging to Mutya Buena and has been given nowhere to hide.

'About You Now' fires a fierce opening shot. The work of Kelly Clarkson looms in the background on a track that Berrabah opens and dominates. It's one of their strongest tunes to date, and no surprise that it's responsible for producer Cathy Dennis' sixth UK number one.

Followed by the disco friendly 'Never Gonna Dance Again', it immediately feels like the girls have struck gold again. More nuggets follow in the shape of the sassy Girls Aloud-alike 'My Love Is Pink' and the ridiculously titled but ridiculously catchy "3 Spoons Of Suga" - with a simple rocky edge that gives the rich textured voices of Amelle and the sole surviving original member Keisha Buchanan plenty of room in which to excel.

Yet the variety of the tracks proves the album's undoing. The reggae tilted "Back Down" makes a tired plea for men to satisfy any number of criteria; 'Denial' stumbles awkwardly amidst a hook pilfered from Gossip's 'Standing In The Way Of Control' and the slower-paced 'Change' and 'Mended By You' only flirt with credibility thanks to the girls' irrepressible and watertight harmonies, lead admirably by Berrabah.

Every track possesses classic Sugababe appeal, but it never quite makes the sum of its parts. In a slickly sweet product, the dirt of 'Freak Like Me' and the everlasting resonance of 'Overload' are missing. While the group do justice to tracks that would now prove a bridge too far for the likes of All Saints, Girls Aloud and Spice Girls, this latest change is going to take time to work through. --Tom Young

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I must say that on first impressions, i was not overwhelmed by a lot of these tracks but as i've played and played the album, i must say each track has something special. Lead single About You Now, already a no.1 Single hits you with the chorus which sticks in your head as soon as you hear it. One of the catchiest songs of the year. Never Gonna Dance Again, a favorite of mine, is one of their best songs. Heartache on the dance floor backed with a mid tempo groove, sees Keisha singing some of her best vocals and the song is full of beauty. Denial is another favorite on the album with catchy harmonies and a fantastic beat, i defy you to not turn this up as load as possible and dance around to it. Same goes for My Love Is Pink, the dance track of the album is a great effort and would do well as a single. Change, the next single is one of their best ballads and is beautifully written with an anthemic rocky chorus. Back when, a sweet mid tempo ballad written by Dallas Austin is again full of great harmonies whilst the girls sing about a a past relationship. Surprise has a similar beat to About You Now and has a fantastic middle 8 by Heidi. Back Down again is a grower and sees the girls singing with the attitude that they're renowned for. Mended By You is a lovely ballad, again with great vocal harmonies by the girls. 3 Spoons Of Suga is another dancey number with a soulful feel to it. Open the door is instantly catchy and will have you humming long, whilst closer Undignified is a simple mid tempo ballad with some great lyrics about being stuck in a failing relationship, hoping that the other will change. All in all it's more mature, but hey we all grow up! A great effort that should see the girls ahead of their game for a long while yet and Amelle fits in perfectly. Recommended.
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It's really frustrating reading anybody that negatively reviews this album based on it's apparent "lack of depth". The Sugababes are a pop group. They make pop music. It doesn't need to involve a great depth!

This album is fantastic. I've always been a fan of the Sugababes, but i've never bought one of their albums until I heard 'About You Now' and thought it was amazing and so I bought 'Change' first day it hit shelves and I was overwhelemd.

'Denial', 'Suprise' and 'Never Gonna Dance Again' are probably my favourite tracks on the album and very possible single releases, as is 'Change' although it would be hard for me to label any of the tracks a "weak" effort.

Am I the only one who hears a little 'Freak Like Me' in 'Back Down'? Listen. You'll see.
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By M.D. Smart TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 30 Sept. 2007
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By any standards, the Sugababes have had a tumultuous career. Dropped by their first record company, the loss of two founder members, persistent rumours of trouble within the group... not many bands could survive such a rollercoaster, but the Sugababes have not only survived but appear to be thriving, as their latest album 'Change' is their most consistent and accomplished yet.

As the album's title indicates, there have been some changes to the usual Sugababes formula, and the fabulous current single 'About You Now' is a good indicator of the album's direction. The most striking difference is the addition of guitars on most of the tracks, adding a slightly rock-tinged edge to the music. However, in many ways this is the band's most pure 'pop' release to date: strong melodies and catchy hooks are everywhere, and almost every track sounds like a potential hit single. What makes the difference is that this album is very much 'grown-up pop', both in terms of its sound and its subject matter.

There's a definite sense that the 'Babes are maturing. Some of the old sass is gone; instead a notable lyrical theme which runs throughout the album is the passing of time, leading to loss and regret. That's not to say the album is downbeat, or that the group have lost all their old attitude - far from it. The throbbing, sexy 'My Love Is Pink' is destined to go down a storm on the dancefloor, while there's a dancehall flavour to 'Backdown' and some old-skool r'n'b in the shape of '3 Spoons Od Suga'. However, the prevailing concern of the album seems to be facing maturity and the new challenges it brings, as heard on the storming title track and the touching 'Back When'.

Of course, this is Amelle's first proper album since joining the group, and I'm glad to say she fits in perfectly.
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I haven't stopped playing this CD since I purchased it last week. Forget Britney...the U.S. is definitely missing one of the best pop CD's of 2007!

Track by track:

1) About You Now - A textbook lesson in how to take a 1960's sound and bring it into the 21st century. A great choice for a first single! 10/10

2) Never Gonna Dance Again - This song's a good listen...breezes right along. 8.5/10

3) Denial - WOW! A song I could listen to over and over again and never get tired of. Hopefully this will be the third release! 10/10

4) My Love Is Pink - Very Madonna-esque...Causing a Commotion? In any event, a solid song throughout. 9.5/10

5) Change - The last 52 seconds give me the tingles. 10/10

6) Back When - Aside from the do-da-do-da-do at the beginning, a very pretty song. Not exactly Wilson Phillips pretty, but close. 9/10

7) Surprise - It sounds like an early 80's punk riff that explodes into a pop paradise during the chorus. Seems to work. 8/10

8) Back Down - Salt-N-Pepa, is that you?!? (In full disclosure, I would take one or six of the subject matter at hand). 8.5/10

9) Mended By You - A truly beautiful song, period. 10/10

10) 3 Spoons of Suga - Wasn't feeling this one...but it's still better than most of the stuff in the U.S. right now. 7/10

11) Open The Door - Another song that breezes right along...got a Soul II Soul vibe with this song, though. 9/10

12) Undignified - More acoustic than electric...very likeable. Excellent progression from verse to chorus. 9/10
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