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Shakira. (Deluxe Version)

24 Mar 2014 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 24 Mar 2014
  • Release Date: 24 Mar 2014
  • Label: RCA/Sony Latin Iberia
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  • Total Length: 51:25
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  • ASIN: B00IPN5OKA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,006 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Scarlet Jupiter on 26 Mar 2014
Format: Audio CD
Following 2010's "Sale el sol", Shakira returns with her new, self-titled album, her first since becoming a mother, first for her new label, and first English since 2009. Her last two English albums, although succesful, proved mixed affairs as far as her personal objective was concerned: "She wolf" saw her sacrificing her latin flavour in favour of the glossy dancefloor diva that she transformed into; and the super-ambitious 2-disc "Oral fixation" opus nearly buried her vision underneath - not her clothes but because of - its sheer volume. Here, with a variety of genres on display, and a nuanced balance of different musical styles, Shakira is enriching her sound furthermore while keeping intact her distinguishable roots, as she addresses the joy of new love from both her child and partner, a reminder that beneath the global superstar there is heart and soul.

Anthemic dance opener "Dare"'s mix of electronic backgrounds with brazilian beats, the explosive duet with Rihanna "Can't remember to forget you", the superb new single "Empire", an unlikely rock ballad, the beautiful retro-feel of "You don't care about me", "Cut me deep"'s reggae / ska rhythm, "Spotlight"'s power guitars, the delicately string-ladden "Broken record", "23"'s romantic minimalism, the universal love song "The one thing", and the closing "Loca por ti", homage to partner G. Pique, are all solid pop numbers. This new offering may lack the lyrical depth and thematology of previous albums where she exhibited a unique flair for writing, still it is a lovingly made concentrated product, radiating confidence and maturity. She is a pop star who can pull something great together through force of personality, a mighty achievement no doubt. Her hips don't lie, neither her songs.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael Gross on 25 Mar 2014
Format: Audio CD
Having followed Shakira's output for nearly 15 years now, I expect nothing less than brilliance from her releases in Spanish but approach the English ones with some trepidation. Conflicts between the artist's vision and the label's views on commercial viability have obviously damaged past English releases. Considering this, the self-titled album is surprisingly good. All the eccentricities we've come to expect from her are firmly in place, and spiced up with new blends of styles. The only obvious input from the sales guys is the duet with Rihanna, but as I like both the collaborator and the song, I'm fine with that. Prick up your ears for the slower, more sensitive numbers, including cut me deep, 23, and broken record.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. C. Stolk TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 28 Mar 2014
Format: Audio CD
The album "Shakira" by Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira is her tenth studio record and follows on her previous 2010 multi-lingual album "Sale El Sol." Shakira decided to scrap and/or rework some of the tracks she worked on since late 2011, as she wanted to set both musically and lyrically a new direction for this album since she became a mother. The music on the finished product is a mixture of rock, folk, reggae, dance and even some country, to name just a few influences, so this album should appeal to a wide range of musical tastes.

She starts off with a bang, as the album opener "Dare (La La La)" is a very catchy dance-floor-ready track. This is followed by the ska-flavored song "Can't Remember To Forget You," which has also some elements of reggae and rock, and is a duet with Rihanna. The epic pop-rock ballad "Empire" is a bit of a return to her original sound at the start of her career. "You Don't Care About Me" is a delicate song with a folksy feel to it, but has also some reggae-influences.

"Cut Me Deep" is a "duet" with the Canadian group Magic!, and a mixture of reggae, ska and rock in which she sings about the fact that break-ups suck. Next track "Spotlight" is another pop-rock song. It has a great chorus and might have enough potential to be a future single as it's certainly catchy enough. The guitar-driven "Broken Record" is a semi-acoustic ballad which has lovely lyrics.

"Medicine," the incredible catchy pop-country crossover duet with Blake Shelton, is one of my favorites on this album. This is followed by the ballad "23," beautifully sung by Shakira while delicately accompanied on acoustic guitar.
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8 of 12 people found the following review helpful By George on 24 Mar 2014
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I was so excited in the build up to her latest album release, and was not disappointed when I was finally able to download. This is by far her best album - both musically and lyrically! Whether you have been a fan of Shakira for years already, are only recently a fan of hers or are not yet a fan, this album is a MUST BUY! I can't imagine anyone not enjoying this album.

Track listing:

1. Dare (La La La)
2. Can't Remember to Forget You feat. Rihanna
3. Empire
4. You don't care about me
5. Cut Me Deep feat. Magic
6. Spotlight
7. Broken Record
8. Medicine feat. Blake Shelton
9. 23
10 The One Thing
11. Nunca Me Acuerdo de Olividarte
12. Loca por Ti
13. La La La
14. Chasing Shadows
15. That Way

This is a truly wonderful album, not a single song I do not love. BUY IT AND YOU SHALL NOT BE SORRY!
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