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With her new album, Strip Me, Natasha Bedingfield reminds us of the gift she has for creating, heartfelt, dynamic pop anthems. Her music and lyrics are thoughtful and yet irresistible. Strip Me is the follow-up to 2008's Pocketful of Sunshine, a megahit in the U.S. selling over three million singles of the title track and featuring four number one dance singles.

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  • Audio CD (28 April 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music CMG
  • ASIN: B000NJLPTS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33,091 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Friend To Me
2. I Think They're Thinking - Interlude
3. Lay Down
4. Loved By You
5. How Do You Do
6. I Wanna Have Your Babies
7. Soulmate
8. Who Knows?
9. Say It Again
10. Pirate Bones
11. Backyard
12. Tricky Angel
13. When You Know You Know
14. (No More) What Ifs
15. Not Givin' Up
16. Still Here
17. Smell The Roses

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1. How Do You Do? 2. I Wanna Have Your Babies 3. Soulmate 4. Say It Again 5. Pirate Bones 6. Tricky Angel 7. Backyard 8. Not Givin' Up 9. Who Knows 10. I Think They're Thinking (Interlude) 11. (No More) What Ifs (Ft Eve) 12. When You Know You Know 13. Stepping Stone 14. Smell the Roses/Unwritten (Manny Marroquin Mix) 15. Lay Down (Hidden Track) 16. Loved by You (Hidden Track)

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kay VINE VOICE on 1 May 2007
Format: Audio CD
First of all I'll get my rant over; I bought this on iTunes and on two of the songs "When You Know You Know" and the bonus track "Loved By You" it seems as if the track ends before it's quite finished.

As two of my favourite songs, I find it quite irritating. Maybe it's just me!

However, onto the album. I can't help but compare it to it's predecessor "Unwritten" which I instantly fell in love with. The formula is still the same on "NB"; the lyrics still quirky, great melodies, her voice still amazing BUT I just don't love it, on the whole, as I did with her original album.

That doesn't mean to say it isn't a good album. It is. It's just not great (I'm living in hope it'll be a grower like Christina Aguilera's "Back To Basics"). Higlights include "STILL HERE" which is eaily the best song on the album. Think "Wild Horses" on "Unwritten", only better. It brought a tear to my eyes when I first heard it. "WHEN YOU KNOW YOU KNOW" is a soulful little number that pays homage to her year or so in La La Land. Then, of course, there's the quirky comeback single "I WANNA HAVE YOUR BABIES". When I first heard this song, I hated it, but like most things Natasha does, it's very infectious and it pops into your head (and heart!) when you least expect it. "LOVED BY YOU" which I believe is a hidden track on the CD version, is ace. It's very sentimental, and soppy but please don't let that put you off.

After listening to the album several times, I don't actively dislike any of the songs; I'm just not crazy about them all.

Natasha does British pop at it's best, and there are some fabulous songs on it.

So, go buy.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By IWFIcon VINE VOICE on 9 May 2007
Format: Audio CD
There's no doubting that Natasha Bedingfield is an acquired taste. Her first album was great in parts, distinctly average in other. In fact this would tally with most people's opinion of the more agreeable Bedingfield. Some great tracks, some absolute dross.

NB, her second album, doesn't totally eradicate this equation but it is a definite step in the right direction.

Album opener How Do You Do sets a perfect opening tone; it's as lyrically daft as ever and sets off what would appear to be the theme of the album. Women have control over their own love-life destiny. Gone are the days when women had to wait for men to make the first move. All very admirable, but all very hen-night and school playground. What saves it though is that the tune is a catchy one which pretty soon is lodged in your brain. Indeed, we've started off on a high note indeed.

There are others too.

Say It Again nails a perfect pop chorus with such aplomb that I'll be very disappointed if it doesn't top the charts for weeks and will be the one where the audience waves their lighters (and mobile phones) in the air and sings along wholeheartedly at her concerts. Who Knows may be even better; it certainly was the one I found myself singing in the bath after listening to the album.

There are times though when it doesn't quite work. I doubt people will be remembering Eve's appearance here with the fondness reserved for her Gwen Stefani collaborations and Smell The Roses doesn't quite manage to disguise just how dull it is, despite the Aguilera style histrionics and luscious strings floating around in the background.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By mYc@l on 1 May 2007
Format: Audio CD
Natasha and Daniel Bedingfield... The best Britain has to offer music in my point of view (of course that includes the ever amazing Joss). Natasha's last album was as many who own will agree: brilliant and fresh, certainly a talent that stood out for a british musician. Along with her brother, Natasha's amazing, strong, somewhat husky vocals leave me with little tingles all over my skin... I can't explain. Not only that but being a poetic soul I am more than plesantly passionate about listening to Natasha's stunning way with words late at night or early in the morning.

This album has a more urban feel than Natasha'a last and seems to be more shrouded with words of loneliness and wanting someone to love, or else being unconfident to tell them what your heart and soul really want to- Just like all of us. Natasha says what what we all think. However,she omits the sort of censored, dull manner many artists use in thier album and replaces it with a passionate heart felt plea or wonderment.

The music has a great feel to it with great upbeat numbers and refined ballads. The lyrics are definatley breath-taking and if this doesn't impress you I'm more than sure this beautiful womans voice will- which have grown both in power and passion. If you liked Natasha last album then you won't be dissapointed with N.B. which shows an escalation both through Natasha's lyrical genius and heart felt voice, which she is never afraid to experimant with hitting all the right notes every time.

N.B. Natasha has done it again
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Level Student & Music Fan on 4 May 2007
Format: Audio CD
I approached Bedingfield's album with trepidation after owning Unwritten which, like a sheep, I loved, but it was a truly amazing accomplishment on her behalf.

When I did get this album I discovered it was one of 'those' which you need to listen to loads of times before. Having done this, it has fully exceeded my expectations, and I now love N.B also.

Standout Tracks include:

I Wanna Have Your Babies (of course),

How Do You Do?,

Soulmate,

Pirate Bones,

Tricky Angel,

(No More) What Ifs [featuring Eve], and

Not Givin' Up.

However, there is a reason why Bedingfield only acquired 4 stars; there is 1 track which is generally awful: 'When You Know You Know'. Despite this song having numerous writers, it stays in my mind because it is the only blip on an otherwise accomplished and notably more mature sounding album from her.

If you want a taster before spending a whole £10 on the album, I suggest downlading '(No More) What Ifs [featuring Eve]', 'Not Givin' Up' or 'Pirate Bones', all hopefully future singles which will see her dominate the charts here and across the Atlantic.

Bonuses include two extra hidden tracks: 'Lay Down' and 'Loved By You' (not amazing, not rubbish).
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