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What Will the Neighbours Say? [Extra tracks]

Girls Aloud Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (29 Nov 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Polydor
  • ASIN: B0006AZE00
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,945 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen10. Real Life 3:41£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Here We Go 3:43£0.79  Buy MP3 
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Co-written and produced by Brian Higgins and the Xenomania crew, What Will The Neighbours Say? features not only "The Show", "Love Machine", "Jump" and the 2004 Official Children In Need single, "I'll Stand By You" but 10 brand, spanking new tracks from the slinky, bluesy "Deadlines & Diets" to "Graffiti My Soul's" icy core of metal-machine noise to the mighty "Wake Me Up" which wields a synth-pop punch worthy of the B52s.

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Since forming at the end of 2002, Girls Aloud have created their own brand of electro-pop chic. During the past year, while releasing a trio of top three singles, they have also been working on the follow-up to their debut album `Sound Of The Underground. The result is brimming with the same brand of amused knowingness and louche sexiness as its predecessor and features the biggest party single of last year, `Jump, plus `The Show, `Love Machine and their forthcoming Christmas ballad, `Ill Stand By You. Includes 2 UK bonus tracks I Say A Prayer For You & 100 Different Ways. Polydor. 2004.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Pop Album of the Year 18 Dec 2004
Format:Audio CD
When Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts, Sarah Harding, Cheryl Tweedy, and Kimberley Walsh (a.k.a. Girls Aloud) got a UK Christmas #1 hit in 2002 with their debut "Sound of the Underground," the people of Britain were not only shocked, but downright offended. What has the world come to? The teenage product of a bad reality T.V. show is the bestselling band in the nation, right up there with the Beatles and Elvis. What they failed to realize was that "Sound of the Underground" and its followers, "No Good Advice" and "Life Got Cold" (both taken from Girls Aloud's platinum selling debut album, "Sound of the Underground") have changed the landscape of pop music.
Now, 2 years since "Sound of the Underground," after releasing three #2 singles and one #1 smash, Girls Aloud are back with a new album, the highly-anticipated sophomore album "What Will The Neighbors Say." And the second offering is even more mouthwatering, delightfully fun than the first.
The album starts off with "The Show," which reached the UK #2 spot in June 2004. The Girls' comeback single was extremely well-received in Britain, and for good reason. Fantastic synth basslines pump throughout, and the Girls' vocals really shine, especially in the impressive conga-esque chorus. From there, the album really takes off. Eight more fabulous stompers await, including "Jump," last year's cover of the Pointer Sisters' hit. And although the girls really shine on the upbeat dance tracks, the ballads certainly don't disappoint. Among the better examples is "I'll Stand By You," Girls Aloud's most recent #1 hit and the official Children in Need single for 2004. This cover of the Pretenders' 1994 track won't be loved by fans of the original, but, at least in my opinion, it is one of the best songs on the album.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The neighbours will be pleased!! 14 Jan 2005
Format:Audio CD
As their debut was warmly recieved by critics and fans alike, the pressure was on for the 5 Popstars:The Rivals winners to create another album that as well as being innovative, would sell and perhaps gain new fans. After releasing 4 songs already off this album (the no2 hits The Show, Love Machine, Jump and the no1 I'll stand by you) the girls finally release their sophmore album, after recently being given the title of coolest band in Britain. After listening to this album, you will soon agree.
The album opens with the aforementioned singles. The 2 covers are amiable enough, but suffer when compared to the revolutionary sound of 'The Show' and 'Love Machine' When hearing these 2 singles, you not only realise the quality of music being made, but that you couldn't imagine any other band but Girls Aloud singing them. While nothing else on their album reaches the pinnacle of these 2 singles, most surpass the quality of the covers. Most of the album tracks were written by Girls Aloud, and songs like 'Deadlines and Diets' work so well as they are a comic observation on life. Many lyrics in their songs will relate to anyone who has experienced youth, especially a hangover or a drunken fumble. Highlights of the album tracks are 'Wake Me Up' their next single and a Britney reject, which is a monster, turning the bassline up to 11; Hear Me Out, a moody and pleading ballad, the pure cheek of 'Big Brother' and the tongue in cheek message for fathers of teenage girls everywhere, 'Thank Me Daddy'
Obviously other people's favourites on this album will differ, but the beauty of this album is that all of the songs are of a certain quality to enable this to happen. If you are still sceptical read any other review which will tell you the same; Girls Aloud have created one of the greatest pop records of 2004
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4.0 out of 5 stars Things can only get better... 5 Jan 2005
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After an impressive debut with Sounds of the Underground, the girls impress even more with this follow-up. Despite being a good album, some of the tracks on their debut album felt a little average and others felt like filler. But on this follow-up, it will come to your attention that there is absolutely no filler tracks whatsoever (well maybe their less-than-perfect reindition of Jump). Also, the ballads are far better than tracks such as Forever and a Night and Don't Want You Back on their debut (FAAN was very average). If you liked their debut, then you'll most definitely get something out of this. Irresistably catchy and deleriously fun, it's a must buy.
How many good tracks? 13 out of 14
Best track: Graffiti My Soul
Worst track: Jump. It's not rubbish as such it's just not a fantastic cover.
1. The Show 5/5
2. Love Machine 5/5
3. I'll Stand by You 4/5
4. Jump 3/5
5. Wake Me Up 5/5
6. Deadlines & Diets 5/5
7. Big Brother 5/5
8. Hear Me Out 4/5
9. Graffiti My Soul 5/5
10. Real Life 4/5
11. Here We Go 4/5
12. Thank Me Daddy 5/5
13. I Say a Prayer for You 4/5
14. 100 Different Ways 4/5
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5.0 out of 5 stars THE GIRLS DONE GOOD 28 Mar 2005
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After gracing our TV screens as the female victors of 'Popstars: The Rivals', no-one could have anticipated that the five girls on it - Nadine, Cheryl, Nicola, Kimberley and Sarah - would become what they are today: the leading force in British pop music. And they re-affirm that status with their sophomore album, 'What Will The Neighbours Say?', so far, the most perfect pop package of the decade.
The album opens with 'The Show', an uber-cool, electro-poptastic gem (with a video to match) and it quickly became one of THE singles of summer 2004. Of course, to follow this, the girls came up with one of THE singles of autumn 2004 - the much-loved 'Love Machine'. With it's effortlessly chic 50s vibe and a dance routine that any pop-lover worth their salt knows, this is pop at its best - fun and fresh.
'I'll Stand By You' got the girls a lot of stick (come on people, it's for charity!) but it's a decent ballad, which showcases the girls (particularly Nadine's) vocals perfectly. Then comes the anthemic 'Jump', another cover, and another triumph.
Current single 'Wake Me Up' is a definite contender for strongest track on the album. An infectious chorus, catchy lyrics and a beat to match. 'Deadlines & Diets' is possibly one of the weaker tracks, but is a down-tempo, soulful offering. Then comes 'Big Brother', another very strong track, with its cheeky chorus. It won't be a single, but it's much more than an album-filler.
Weakest track on the album, 'Hear Me Out', is moody and melancholy but doesn't stand the test of time - basically, it drags despite not even being 4 minutes long. 'Graffiti My Soul' is a definite future single contender - an insanely catchy chorus, it's original, sharp and brimming with attitude.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good
Bought this for a friend who enjoys listing to Girls Aloud. She has not complained so far so it must be good.
Published 19 months ago by Butterfly
5.0 out of 5 stars I don't know about the neighbours...but the fans say FANTASTICO!!!!!!!
I'm a huge fan of Girls Aloud and own three of their albums now, "Chemistry", "Out of Control" and of course this one...and this one is definitely their best offering! Read more
Published on 14 Jan 2010 by Mrs. Sheryl Andrews
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Early album from the Girls but some great tracks and i have enjoyed listening to thier early stuff.
Published on 6 Nov 2009 by R. Lister
5.0 out of 5 stars What will the neighbours say?
Great album. A couple of not-so-good tracks, but mainly great. A couple of the songs are very catchy and get stuck in your head. This CD has been listened to over and over again. Read more
Published on 26 Jan 2009 by Sarah
5.0 out of 5 stars Forget the neighbors, I SAY that this album rocks!
This album had a hard act to follow seeing that "Sound Of The Underground" was great, but the girls manage to come back swinging. Read more
Published on 28 Sep 2007 by Tyler Cote
1.0 out of 5 stars Dire dirge!!!
If you ever need to scare of unwanted house guests this will do the trick, though for your own safety wear ear plugs!!!
Published on 15 Jun 2007 by Mr. N. R. Partridge
5.0 out of 5 stars Catchy Catchy Fun
Suprising members of the press and the British public with their debut album not being the piece of rubbish it was expected to be, Girls Aloud had a lot to live up to with "What... Read more
Published on 3 Feb 2007 by Apocalypse
5.0 out of 5 stars Their 2nd Masterpiece
With What Will The Neighbours Say ? Girls Aloud made the perfect sequel to their Sound Of The Underground. Read more
Published on 9 Aug 2006 by C. Joubert
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT!
I received this album for Christmas last year and it was definetly my best present with some of my favourite ever songs!
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Published on 26 Nov 2005
5.0 out of 5 stars That funny feeling
When I first listened to this album, I noticed a pleasant sensation whilst enjoying the first track and staring absent mindedly at the album cover, this is something i can only put... Read more
Published on 25 Aug 2005
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