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The Saturdays are a British/Irish girl group formed in London, UK in 2007. It consists of five members, which are Frankie Sandford, Mollie King, Una Healy, Vanessa White, Rochelle Wiseman. They made their recording debut in 2008 for the record label Fascination Records, a sub-division of Polydor Records. They have released three albums, and scored eight UK Top Ten singles, with only nine ... Read more in Amazon's The Saturdays Store

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  • Audio CD (21 Nov 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Polydor
  • ASIN: B005R2DVAM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,031 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen11. White Lies 4:03£0.99  Buy MP3 
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On Your Radar is the third studio album from the UK's biggest girl band, The Saturdays. The album sees a transition for the girl group. Having previously collaborated with heavy hitters from both the UK and US, such as Chipmunk and Flo Rida, for On Your Radar they worked with an all-star cast of producers including Space Cowboy, Steve Mac, David Eriksen, Brian Higgins and joined forces with US artists such as Travie McCoy. The album features the singles "My Heart Takes Over", "Notorious" and "All Fired Up".

BBC Review

The Saturdays exist because nobody has bettered them yet. While the UK drowns in a tumultuous ocean of boybands like it was the early 90s all over again, we’ve not had a decent girl group to call our own since the second incarnation of the Sugababes crumbled in 2005 (Girls Aloud having peaked a year earlier with What Will the Neighbours Say?). This British-Irish five-piece have now made it to album three without registering a number one single – something Girls Aloud achieved at the first time of asking. Surely success at this level of pop can only be measured in chart triumphs, which leaves one asking: what are these girls doing wrong?

Nine top 10 singles is an impressive haul from three studio albums, On Your Radar included (All Fired Up peaked at three; Notorious at eight), yet that elusive number one must remain the target. But it’s hard to hear where it’s coming from. The tracks of On Your Radar lean towards chart-friendly clubber fare, blustery beats leaving the five voices without room to impose any character whatsoever. And that’s what’s really missing from this group: personality. That they look like Stepford Wives robots on the cover doesn’t do anything to alleviate this problem – but in the music itself, not one of these perfectly accomplished vocalists makes a tune their own. These are wholly interchangeable voices, pitch-shifted with painful regularity; get any half-decent singer involved and the results would be the same. By the halfway mark, a sorry Travie McCoy collaboration by the name of The Way You Watch Me, the listener is desperate for someone to grab a track and make something more of it than a lip gloss advert sync in waiting.

The ballad Wish I Didn’t Know stands out for its restraint; here, for a few minutes, a little passion can be detected in the vocals. They’re showy in a minor league Mariah Carey style, where a little less might’ve conveyed rather more – but at least the senses aren’t being pulverised by demo-function dance beats. The simple piano-and-strings closer (bar a pair of bonus tracks) Last Call is another highlight – without the clutter of digital percussion around them, these girls prove they can hold a note as well as peers past and present. But the incessant noise of so much of On Your Radar makes it as much of a nuisance as a neighbour’s car alarm blaring away at 3am. It’s an unforgiving listen which aims to attract the nightclubbing crowd at the expense of its central performers’ more appealing comfort zones. Out there on the dancefloor, every one of this album’s foibles is illuminated by the brightest lights.

--Mike Diver

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sergio on 27 Sep 2013
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From the beggining to the final is a perfect album, that track-by-track brings you a perfect combination of what The Saturdays are and the new type of music they want to try (with success)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Naomi on 20 Sep 2013
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this album is really good. They should be taken seriously as a girl band because they are amazing and this album proved that!!

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Samantha on 26 Aug 2013
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I love this CD, this is their best one I think, some great songs on and sticking in your head ones.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Seki on 25 Aug 2013
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Another amazing album from the Sats! Absolutely fabulous and I am loving it!! These gals just keep bringing it - great job!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alexandra on 13 Aug 2013
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Yet again another album from the Saturdays,My favourite songs on this album include, all fired up,promise me, white lies, last call and move on you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By alibob on 15 July 2013
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this is the 3rd cd i now have of the saturdays, they are fantastic .talented with upbeat tracks + slower chill out tracks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LM on 17 Jan 2012
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On Your Radar - by Saturdays, well call yourselves Sundays, Wednesdays, what do we care...said album by said properly named group is a welcome listen wheneva! It being a flop is idious `cos said album is splendour.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Adam. L on 21 Nov 2011
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The Saturdays are currently the UK's biggest girlband, they're lovely young girls who dont hold back, they're sexy and sassy and after hearing this album, I sincerely hope they stay around for a lot longer as the album is amazing!
I'll run through each track:

All Fired Up - A huge, epic Ibiza style dance song with beats so thumpy there'll get your grandma off her rocking chair! 10/10.

Notorious - An RnB/dance song where the girls sing about how badass they are on the dancefloor, a great party tune and uses some interesting autotune effects, 9/10.

Faster - This is one of my faves, it has ballad like lyrics but with a gorgeous dancey instrumental, quite a unique song and really gives Frankie the chance to show her voice off! 10/10.

My Heart Takes Over - This for me is a bit of a clunker, a really nice ballad, but kind of placed at an odd point on the album which kind of loses the fast paced momentum we had going so far, that said, its vocally stunning and is quite touching, 7/10.

Get Ready Get Set - An awesome, adrenaline pumping euro-dance song with great lyrics and an addictive chorus, this has to be a future single! 10/10.

The Way You Watch Me Feat. Travie McCoy - A nice change, its more old school and its got clever lyrics but is still ridiculously catchy! Like the previous song they'd be mad not to make this a single, it has huge commercial appeal! 10/10.

For Myself - This is a nice song about wanting someone, but its a bit....meh, its nie but wears out quickly, verses are slow and then build up to a catchy chorus, that part is pretty epic, 8/10.
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