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Sundown Enhanced

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  • Audio CD (13 Oct. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Spectrum Audio
  • ASIN: B0000DG5N8
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 126,521 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Fool No More
2. Sundown
3. Don't Tell Me You're Sorry
4. Love To The Limit
5. Turn The Lights On
6. Searching For Perfection
7. One Thing I Know
8. Sail On Through
9. Big Fun
10. The Day You Came
11. Pretty Boy
12. Rush
13. I Just Came To Dance
14. Drawn To You
15. Tears On My Pillow

Product Description

BBC Review

In a way it's a shame that the final graduation of the S Club Seniors gave this lot the chance to change their name, 'cos S Club juniors is a perfect description of the songs and style of this album.

Disco heartbreak tunes like "Fool No More", "Turn The Lights On" and "Searching For Perfection" come across like brattier, livelier younger relatives of the elder S Club back catalogue of hits. Like someone singing a different song over the top of "Don't Stop Moving" while jumping up and down on the bed.

There's even a mini "Reach" in the shape of "One Thing I Know". Not that this is in any way a bad thing. In fact the album only really flags when the '8 attempt to do more grown-up songs, like the Gabrielle-esque "Sail On Through", and the super-cheese version of the Kylie-covered oldie "Tears On My Pillow" is SHOCKING.

If Simon Fuller could just let the kids be kids, we'd be perfectly happy eating jelly and bouncing around until we're sick at one of those S Club parties we've heard so much about.

Review courtesy of Top of the Pops --Jack Smith

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Egap Lliw on 2 Feb. 2009
Format: Audio CD
I must start by saying that I wasn't going into this album with the expectation of an enjoyable listening experience but this just blew me away. Incredible vocal harmonies collide with beautiful melancholy melodies, fusing as one of the most complete and coherant records ever made. From the first track-the jazz-influenced "Fool No More" its clear that this album is something special. Vocally its almost perfect-frontman Calvin's rough-cut teenage angst contrasting with the raunchy yet somewhat angelic vocals of the girls on "Big Fun". Another highlight is "Pretty Boy" with its lyrics of starcrossed lovers torn apart by the world, complemented superbly by spiralling keyboards and thundering drums. The more upbeat "Sundown" has one of the best bass-grooves I've ever heard in a song, propelling the album to yet further musical heights with a crescendo of epic proportions. Tearjerker "I just came to Dance" perhaps best showcases the eight's talent. It depicts a scene of a tragic death at a high-school prom-the irony of this portrayed wonderfully in its golden sunset tones draped in acoustic guitars and whirling synths. These are just a few of the highlights of this stunning, emotionally-charged record.

In short, this album is a must for any serious music fan-one of the greatest collections of our time, it puts supposed pop classics such as "Pet Sounds", "Thriller" and anything by the Beatles to shame. Purchase "Sundown" and be prepared to be transported to a far-away world where music still means something denser and more beautiful. This will make S Club 8 huge.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Uncanny Madman on 26 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
I'll start by saying this is the best pop album I've heard in a good few years. Considering I'm a 23 yr old male i'd say that's good proof that the writing team behind S club 8 are doing a great job and that people shouldn't be put off buying the music just because of the teenage faces that front it!
This album is definately better than anything S Club 7 ever produced in their time, far more dancey with lots of variety and every single song being strong I'd say it's more comparable in parts to Steps than S Club.
The 2 singles so far Fool No More and Sundown are far superior to the previous albums offerings and there's plenty more gems to bop to on the album such as tracks 4, 5 and 6 - Love To The Limit, Turn The Lights On and Searching for Perfection. My only criticism here is having those songs one after another makes them sound a little samey for the first few listens. Track 3, Don't Tell Me Your Sorry wouldn't sound out of place on a Liberty X album, with a sprinkling of Justin Timberlake (!) which is a big surprise after the 2 singles but it's impressive nonetheless, very mature in vocals and production.
Track 7, One Thing I Know is co-written by Emma Bunton and it's easy to imagine her singing it, a very upbeat motown style song. Track 8 is my personal favourite, Sail On Through - a beautiful slow song that isn't quite a ballad thanks to it's gentle beat and has an almost haunting emotion lacing it. Track 9, Big Fun is a bouncy song with trashy lyrics and a summery beat but isn't as cheesy as you might expect and is as the title suggest, big fun!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "newdirectiongirl2" on 15 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
OMG!! This album is fab!! Their first album Together was really cool and I really loved it (I still do, lol!), but the brand new album Sundown is wicked!!! It includes the wicked Fool No More and Sundown, and their b-sides Rush and The Day You Came, and all the other songs are fab too! Absolutely worth buying it, so go and order your copy now to get the Eight to #1!!!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Musicman on 16 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
I think that this album is great. I love that their new direction of music is more dance techno. Most of the songs on the album are dance. I think that it's really good that all the members have their fair chance singing in all the songs.
Fool No More: The first single from the album setting the theme of the album. Great dance song. 10/10
Sundown: The second single. This song sounds like a retro song from the 80's. 10/10
Don't Tell Me You're Sorry: I really love this song. It's another great dance song. It has a 80's and R&B beat to it. 10/10
Love To The Limit: This song is okay. It's not one of my favorite songs, but it's good. 7/10
Turn The Lights On: I love this song. This is great upbeat song.
Searching For Perfection: I like the song. It's another dance song. i just feel that the chorus is missing something. 7/10
One Thing I Know: This song is great. It has a kind of 50's beat to it. it reminds me a lot of "You" by S Club 7. 10/10
Sail On Through: This song sound exactly like "Only You" from their last album. When you listen to it you'll say the same thing. It's such a great song and you kinds get the feeling of sailing in the beat of the song. 10/10
Big Fun: I don't really care for this song. it's a summerish song. It's like "Automatic High" 6/10
The Day You Came: Another great dance song. It sounds like a song that ABBA would sing. 10/10
Pretty Boy: This song is a solo song sung by Stacey. It think that she really sings good in it. 10/10
Rush: The song on the Fool No More single. Another dance song. The chorus lacks some though. 9/10
I Just Came To Dance: Another dance song. I don't really care for it. 7/10
Drawn To You: Another solo song sung by Calvin. It's such a great song. It has a country and Uncle Kracker feel to it. The chorus is just amazing. Calvin fans won't be dissapointed. 10/10
Tears On My Pillow: Great remake of the original song. 10/10
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