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Overloaded: The Singles Collection (International eAlbum)
 
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Overloaded: The Singles Collection (International eAlbum)

7 Feb. 2014 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2006
  • Release Date: 7 Feb. 2014
  • Label: Universal-Island Records Ltd.
  • Copyright: (C) 2006 Universal Island Records Ltd. A Universal Music Company.
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  • Total Length: 1:00:58
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  • ASIN: B003TG5G3S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,980 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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51 of 57 people found the following review helpful By a reader on 25 Nov. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Not much to say about this album - it's fabulous, of course. The Sugababes are a brilliant band and their singles (and albums) have all been great. This CD does miss off a couple of their minor hits, but overall it's a top collection.

I'm writing this to correct the two previous reviewers' comments. These songs have NOT been re-recorded with the new line-up, these are the original versions so they can't possibly sound any different to before. Secondly, how can anyone say a single that reaches the Top 10 is not a hit?!! That's RIDICULOUS. Does that reviewer realise over 90% of singles released in the UK never even reach the Top 40? Of COURSE songs like Overload and Too Lost In You were hits. Anyway, chart positions aren't everything. This is actually a SINGLES album - it doesn't even say Greatest Hits, although it would still be true if it did.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By JD on 8 Dec. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I find it difficult to understand how anyone can be disappointed with this album - it is the only greatest hits compilation I can remember that you can put on and not skip through a single track. I wouldn't usually write a review, but the ridiculous comments from other reviewers about top 10 singles not being hits and other such nonsense needs to be balanced out. I also think that missing out a couple of earlier numbers has created an album that truly has no dull moments and is perfectly paced from start to finish. Uniquely, even the new songs on this album, which from experience of other compilations are usually rubbish, are fresh and could even be described as highlights. This is pop music at its best.
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28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Hernan Igot on 14 Nov. 2006
Format: Audio CD
In the wake of All Saints' return and Girls Aloud's continued progression as a credible girl group (believe it or not), it seems too "Easy" for Sugababes to seem lost in the mix. Fear not, because this compilation should silence the coldest of musical critics. Sure, Sugababes may seem less bombastic and more laid back...In fact, too laid back, in comparison to the huge personalities displayed in the other leading UK girl groups at the moment (the aformentioned). Well, referencing past Sugababes track "Whatever Makes You Happy," "it's all about the music, not the face." Sure, Sugababes are more savvy on looks than ever these days, but not without being complimented by music that's just as confident, sexy, sassy, and effortless. Sugababes may have been All Saints' successors in cool, edgy pop, but they've crafted a sound all their own in this extremely consistent collection of hits.

A few music critics have said that Sugababes have pretty much upped the game and changed the face of British pop music since their arrival. There would be a unanimous "yes, of course..." to that comment, as nonchalantly-phrased as any oh-so-cool Sugababes single included in this collection. Oh no, "Angels With Dirty Faces" wasn't their first introduction as the alternative to stupid, safe, bubblegum pop. They've had that special "something" since their debut album, "One Touch," a project they made when they were just 15 or 16 (as evidenced by the inclusion of "Overload" and "Run For Cover," two prime singles that showcased how far ahead of the pop game they were at the time - they still are, in fact, on top of their game today).
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. T. Wallder on 9 Dec. 2007
Format: Audio CD
I never understood this "we are doing this album as a closure to the time with both Mutya & Siobhan" then

A) NOT include some of the earlier singles with Siobhan when they are CLEARLY better than the 2 new tracks in the form of "easy" their worst single ever & a track that never got released as a single.

B) Put Amelle on the cover when she had NOTHING to do with any of the songs on there except the 2 new ones, is not only disrespectful to Mutya Buena it is also is to the fans also, not even a picture of her or a simple thank you which is just plain rude.

Also a word of warning, if you have their previous 4 amazing albums DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS all the versions on this collection are from those albums, for some reason the radio remixes for songs like "too lost in you" "in the middle" "shape" & "Freak like me" are not here but their album versions which again is a rip off.

This was once a great band, & this is a good collection of their singles but to call it a singles collection and not include all the singles is abit of a joke, they have also ruined themselves with their current line-up which will never meet the heights that they once had with Mutya Buena.
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19 of 26 people found the following review helpful By O. Thorne on 31 Oct. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Since Overload crashed onto the music scene in 2001, to the new electro clashing Easy, the Sugababes have explored almost every crevis of music. This album marks their resounding success, as british pop queens! This 15 track masterpeice contains more hook than any album i can think off, from the underground pop masterpiece that is Freak Like Me, to the drum beating roars and orgasmic beats of Push The Button the Sugababes have proved themselves one of the best girl bands of all time. They have obtained both critical and commcercial acclaim along there way to pop stardom, a feat that not many artists can proclaim. Each song on this album is brilliant to say the least, each as fresh and exciting as the other. Album highlights include Push The Button, one of they greatest pop tunes of all time, Stronger, an R&B/Pop medly of sorts that can reach out and touch even the most synical of critics. To be honest, i cannot say album highlights, as every song on this album is a highlight.

This is the most accomplished, brilliant album i have heard in a long time, expect it to be HUGE!
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