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  • Audio CD (17 Jan. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B0002EWVOC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 460,045 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Say Something Anyway
2. You Were Meant For Me
3. Spin The Wheel
4. What Hurst The Most
5. Nobody Loves Me Like You Do
6. Damn
7. Pieces Of You
8. Sold Out
9. Can't Cry Hard Enough
10. I Need To Be Next To You
11. Stay
12. I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me
13. Don't Know Why
14. Nothing At All

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By "ickle_music_diva" on 1 Feb. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Bellefire, who consist of Ciara Newell, Cathy Newell and Kelly Kilfeather have created a stunning second album 'Spin The Wheel', and what a follow up to their debut 'After The Rain' it is.
This Album shows not only their beautiful voices, and impeccable harmonies, but their passion and sheer devotion to music through the creation of this masterpiece.
This album features a combination of classics and modern sounds, from the spine-chilling ballad 'Cant Cry Hard Enough' to the pop-rock 'Damn', and it the two chart singles and title track 'Spin The Wheel' and 'Say Something Anyway'.
This album is so diverse and has something for everyone, and marks the start of bellefire becoming worldwide respected artists and recieving the recognition they certainly deserve.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ms. H. Palmer on 17 Nov. 2007
Format: Audio CD
I love this album its so beautiful. All the songs are great and really show the voices of these three fabulous singers. Their first ablum was a little rushed and this has been a much better attempt. The songs to watch out for are 'What Hurts The Most', 'Peices of You', 'Never Get Over You Getting Over Me' and the two singles they released.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The Best Pop-rock album of 2004!!! 18 July 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I bought a copy of bellefire's second CD "spin the wheel" yesterday at a local store. It was imported from the EU and I'm glad that I'm one of the first few to hear it. Wow is the initial reaction when I heard this CD. Bellefire has improved so much in their vocal abilities since their debut album "After the rain". Every song is worth a listen. They also did the cover songs justice by singing them beautifully. Overall, this album is a must-listen for all pop-rock, Irish-loving, easy-listening audience.
Track 1: Say something anyway (10/10)
As most of you have heard it on radio, this is a great song to be a released as bellefire's first single.
Track 2: You were meant for me (9/10)
This is a cover of Jewel's hit song. It's well-done in the bellefire's style.
Track 3: Spin the wheel (10/10)
Another uplifting tune from bellefire. Probably the next single for the girls? Excellent guitar and vocal arrangements.
Track 4: What hurts the most (8/10)
A sad song about a broken relationship that is dedicate to those who have been hurt by love.
Track 5: Nobody loves me like you do (9/10)
A catchy pop song that signifies bellefire's original sound. You'll love it instantly when you hear it.
Track 6: Damn (10/10)
The mixture of the heavy rock beats and tender voices of bellefire makes this song unique in its own way. Bellefire let their voices loose in this song.
Track 7: Pieces of you (10/10)
A song to slow things down after a busy day. The power of bellefire's voices is that it soothes one's mind with beautiful harmonies, without sounding too over-rated. Love this song!
Track 8: Sold out (10/10)
The rockiest and angriest song in bellefire's album! "Sold out" is the ideal song that bellefire should release in America if they want to conquer it. It is pure American Pop!
Track 9: Can't cry hard enough (10/10)
Sounds familiar to those who listen to songs of the 80s and 90s? Another excellent cover song by Bellefire who conveys the sad feelings of a break-up.
Track 10: I need to be next to you (10/10)
A Diane Warren penned song that was first sung by Leigh Nash of Six-pence none the richer. Bellefire has added a pop flavor in this song which is going to appeal to masses.
Track 11: Stay (9/10)
An average song that is brought to life by bellefire. Simple yet beautiful.
Track 12: I'll never get over you getting over me (10/10)
Wow, a cover song of a 80s girl-band "Expose" that sounds just as original when bellefire sings it. I cannot imagine any girl-band covering this song except for bellefire. Ironically, they sound exactly and so different from expose at the same time.
Track 13: Don't know why (9/10)
No, this is not a Norah Jones' cover. It's a totally different song about loss and confusion.
Having seen them perform at one of westlife concerts in 2002, I'm more than happy to see a girl-band like bellefire survive the highs and lows of music business. Thumbs up for bellefire! Hope to see you in Singapore someday perhaps?
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great Album! 26 Oct. 2011
By Kellie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I bought this for the song, "Can't Cry Hard Enough" as I find their version to be the best... but the whole album was good. Definitely girl band stuff, but I like that genre and I give it an A+.
CD purchase 20 Nov. 2012
By JJS52 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I bought it for one song, but I do like the whole CD. I always wondered who sang the song I Can't Cry Hard Enough.
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