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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: "No,Butyes! (Sony BMG)"
  • ASIN: B00FTGYO2K
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (219 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 131,827 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. I Hope
  2. Fake Smile
  3. Bridges ft. John Legend
  4. My Best
  5. All That I've Got
  6. Hanging On
  7. My Freedom
  8. Beautiful Design
  9. Wonderful World
  10. We'll Be Fine
  11. I Choose You
  12. Freedom
  13. Light On

Disc: 2

  1. Rollin'
  2. I Hope (Live at Air Studios)
  3. Fake Smile (Live at Air Studios)
  4. All That I've Got (Live at Air Studios)
  5. Freedom (Live at Air Studios)

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I too have Rebecca's first album - which I just loved - so when her new one came out, I just had to buy it, and I am not disappointed. Her voice is just as strong and it grabs you from the first track. The third track on the album ''Bridges'' with John Legend is possibly her next single as it is very strong material. I love ''Freedom'' and also ''Fake Smile'' but I could go on because I love every track on the album! What more can I say? Buy the album - you'll be very pleased you did.
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Freedom arrived today after pre-ordering and waiting with great anticipation. I could listen to Rebecca all day long and never tire of her velvety chocolate voice. If you were to put sound into taste that is what would come up - velvet chocolate. Smooth and soulful.

Some of the tracks I thought I noticed a little "Buffy Saint Marie" kind of background - slightly American Indian twang.

A beautiful album to add to one's collection.
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I Hope was the taster for new things to come following the brilliant Heaven debut and Bridges takes Heaven up several notches, Wonderful World has one of those choruses that will be used for numerous TV soundtracks (Brazil 2014 comes to mind), We'll Be Fine demonstrates Rebecca's song writing and composing brilliance (even if she has a team helping). The album closes with the title track Freedom which is Rebecca's challenge at being possibly the current day best female vocalists in the world. Although of a completely different musical genre, this album reminds me of the sort of songs and musical genius that superstars such as U2 produce but this is only Rebecca's second album. If the people behind X-factor need just one argument to silence critics of Xfactor then Rebecca Ferguson is it. Amazing unique talent!
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I received my signed copy this morning (thank you Rebecca!) and I'm not one to put albums on repeat but the whole album has been on repeat at least 6 times today, no songs skipped. Some people have said that some of the songs are "samey" but I cannot point out a single filler on this album.

Personally for me as a listener it's important for me to like the singer and what they represent, and ever since her X Factor days it has been such a pleasure to see this shy, unassuming young woman staring at the floor to blossom into the lady she is today. This album ties in so well with her last album and grows from it, translating to so many women predicaments and feelings we know all too well from our relationships, our love, our resilience and above all our capacity to forgive ('I Hope'). In one of her interviews Rebecca said this album was about her growing into a woman, and while I listened to the album there was definitely a stronger woman, but it wasn't until the end that her title track Freedom connected all the threads together with its bittersweet victory, 'Freedom'. Not only did this make me cry every time I listened to it, but it just reflects what a rounded, polished work this is. I always wished for a song that reflected her vulnerability through her voice, not just her lyrics, and the effect in this song is incredibly potent.

Every song but one has been painstakingly written by Rebecca, bringing up difficult emotions and sharing it to her audience with transparent vulnerability. I know this will resound in other people like it has in me and that others will relate and empathise just as I have. I hope that this will continue to help her grow in confidence and self-belief, because she doesn't realise how inspiring she is. This is the genuine, grounded voice of experience that is missing in a lot of contrived music today. Thank you Rebecca.
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O.K. On the first listen all the way through I didn't like it. And then I listened again and again. Now I know what she's singing about. I take it she put her negative feelings into her first album and this one is a lot happier. I was looking for another tear jerking ballad like Strange and Beautiful or Shoulder to Shoulder.

What I got instead was dance tunes like All That I've got, We'll Be Fine and I Hope, mid tempo tunes like Beautiful Design and My Freedom. And then there's Fake Smile. How did she do that? Absolute perfection again. Hang on there's Bridges as well.

What this album does is get under your skin and it doesn't let you go. Jeez, this woman is a musical magician... How does she DO that?
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Any artist knows that a sophomore album is a difficult place to be, and I suspect that Rebecca Ferguson has found it equally tricky. Her first album rode on the success of her X Factor stint, a stint in which she beat One Direction and narrowly lost out to Matt Cardle, but managed to outsell his debut by quite a margin. Ferguson's debut also met with critical acclaim, something which many X Factor graduates have failed to obtain over the years.

The pressure was on therefore to match and possibly even better that debut and I believe in terms of quality of music she has succeeded. Ferguson has retained the gritty soul found on her debut and paired it up with some more uptempo beats. This album definitely represents an evolution of her sound and manages to present itself as a cohesive body of work.

My thoughts on the individual songs are as follows:

1. I Hope- An easy choice for the first single, by far the most instant and catchy song on the album, this is truly superb. Pounding beats and a chorus which will stick in your head for days dominate the song. The only surprise was its slightly lacklustre chart performance. 9.5/10

2. Fake Smile- A gritty, raw ballad which would have fitted in neatly to Ferguson's debut album. The old-school, brassy instrumentation combine with heartfelt lyrics and a melody to die for. Superb. 10/10

3. Bridges (Feat. John Legend)- This song has admittedly taken a couple of listens for me to get into, but now I adore it. John Legend's vocals are as exceptional as ever and the harmonies within the song are brilliant. It's soulful and quite melodramatic, but a very decent song indeed. 8/10

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