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  • Audio CD (22 Sept. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: 1967
  • ASIN: B0000CDJLR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 407,230 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Download It (radio edit) - Clea
2. Mind Games - Clea
3. Sergio Mix - Clea

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Van Vleck on 27 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Download It is basically about an online relationship - a subject that surprisingly hasn't been covered before, but is perhaps a risky one, given the recent mass focus on the evils of chatrooms.
Given the technology-orientated topic, it would be tempting to fill the tune full of weird and cheap computer sound effects and turn it into a tacky dance song. So, SO tempting. But DI is pleasantly surprising in that it's more like a recent James Bond theme created by David Arnold. It speaks of sophistication, elegance and sultry eroticism more than anything else, which is a nice twist. It all sounds very lush, and added to this is the highly pleasant voices of the girls themselves.
Though at brief times Clea sound horribly like the Spice Girls (Gotta shoot that smile for me!"), in all their singing is pleasing and the backing vocals are gorgeously done. Sadly, the lyrics sometimes spoil the atmosphere a little, with strange lines such as "Download It/I'll be safe in the arms of love". Fortunately, the lush musical score more than makes up for this.
The B-side, Mind Games, does sound quite similar to Download It, so it does make you wonder if this is the style of music that Clea will be relying on for the whole of their first album. It's not great but certainly not bad...and it was apparently co-written by the girls themselves. It's an encouraging sign when a pop group writes at least some of their material.
In all, Download It is an interesting and pleasant song to listen to. I await Clea's next single release with interest.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sydneyemms on 30 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
It seems that all the talent on the 'Popstars: The Rivals' show was concentrated on the girls side. Hopes weren't high when the four remaining girl losers on the show got together to form Clea but in fact this first single is more in the 'Girls Aloud' than 'Hearsay' style.
A catchy chorus, good vocals and great video (See the DVD release of this same song) should have propelled this song into the top ten instead its sales were more in the 'One True Voice' league. Here's hoping their record company give the girls more time to succeed than fellow reality TV artistes One True Voice and Sinead Quinn.
Quality doesn't always lead to quantity of sales but hopefully here on Amazon their fans will continue to support them and prove that reality TV pop is not all pap.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "olganiko" on 24 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is the first single released by CLEA (ie Chloe, Lyndsey, Emma and Aimee), who reached the top 10 in Popstars: the Rivals, but failed to make it into Girls Aloud.
'Download it' shows the girls' amazing vocals and the tune is really catchy. They are definetely on their way to superstardom!
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I lurve this song! 3 Nov. 2003
By Weather Warden <3 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Clea are a band most people have never heard of. It's a shame - they are very cool. They are the girl band rejects from the UK's Popstars: The Rivals show - these four girlies didn't make it into winning girl band Girls Aloud, and decided to form their own group.
Clea are Chloe, Lyndsey, Emma and Aimee, four gorgeous girls from the UK with talent. You can see where they got their name from!
"Download It" is a funny name for a song, but it's not a cheesey song or anything. In fact it's a very slinky, sexy, sophiscated song. I think either Emma or Chloe do the main vocals on the first two verses and the other girls back them up.
This song does refer to computer terms - "it's telling me baby, we're online" and of course, "you've got to download it".
Smash Hits magazine says the computer references are cheesey, but they aren't.
Clea are in a league of their own, and it is such a shame they didn't do well with this song - it only got to No.21 in the UK, when it should of gone MUCH higher then that - possibly top 3?
Overall, a very sexy song that you'll love if you like pop music with a twist.
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