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Angels With Dirty Faces
Angels With Dirty Faces
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pop Perfection..., 23 Mar. 2003
This review is from: Angels With Dirty Faces (Audio CD)
Among the current surge of mime-artist girl groups, one group stands out the most. Sugababes are almost the "anti-Atomic Kitten" in the same way that Pink is the "anit-Britney"... and that's because they're good. The album starts with their Richard X produced "bootleg" track, "Freak Like Me" and ends with "Breathe Easy", both of which are brilliant in different ways. Obviously standing out on this album are the singles ("Freak Like Me", "Round Round", "Stronger", "Angels With Dirty Faces" and "Shape") and other standouts include the catchy "Virgin Sexy" and the interesting "Supernatural". Whereas the Kittens and Girls Aloud, who are apparently the 'Babes competition, are aimed squarely at young girls, Sugababes make great music and deserve a place in any open minded music fan's CD rack. And let's hope that, this time, the Sugababes can make it...


Hybrid Theory
Hybrid Theory
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant!, 23 Feb. 2003
This review is from: Hybrid Theory (Audio CD)
Linkin Park's "Hybrid Theory" has been in my CD changer ever since I first bought it back in late 2001. "Hybrid Theory" consists of songs which are comprised of an odd mix of Hip Hop and Nu Metal, but they all work suprisingly well. The four singles released stand out, of course, but don't miss the angry "Runaway" or the instrumental "Cure for the Itch". All in all, "Hybrid Theory" is a brilliant debut, and should belong in any music lover's CD collection!


The Young and the Hopeless
The Young and the Hopeless
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4.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs Up, 23 Feb. 2003
After first hearing "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous", their first major U.K. break, on MTV, I decided that if an album followed, I would buy it. And I did. And it was good. Of all the tracks, the best is by far "My Bloody Valentine", a twisted story of murder and love, and other standouts include first single "Lifestyles" and the second single "The Anthem". Good Charlotte aren't considered real punk, no, but does it really matter? The lyrics are well written and funny (such as in "Girls and Boys") and the backing music is brilliant. I would recommend this album to anyone who likes good music... or anyone who's in need of some comic relief from insanely serious music.


Shut Up
Shut Up
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Please don't "shut up!", 23 Feb. 2003
This review is from: Shut Up (Audio CD)
Well, is Kelly's debut offering any good, you may ask? In a word: "yes". OK, so she's not got the voice of P!nk, her writings aren't as deep as Alanis Morisette, and she doesn't look as good as Avril Lavigne, but that doesn't really matter when Kelly's belting out (perhaps shouting out) songs like "Come Dig Me Out" and "Shut Up!". Other highlights of the short-but-sweet album include her cover of "Papa Don't Preach" and "Disconnected", containing the lyrics: "Sorry, boy, I've found another, and he knows me just like my mother!" Kelly's debut is funny, catchy, and an all round good album... but there's only one catch. The slushy "More Than Life Itself" is the only track she just can't get to grips with, and, after you've listened to it, you'll want to give that one a miss, but apart from that, "Shut Up!" is a pretty great album.


Let Go
Let Go
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Avril Lavigne - Anything but Ordinary?, 23 Feb. 2003
This review is from: Let Go (Audio CD)
Avril Lavigne, the self claimed "sk8er chick" released her debut album in the U.K. in June last year, and I have to admit, I love her music. Stand out tracks on this CD are the frustrated rock ballad that is "Unwanted" and the humourous loser anthem "Sk8er Boi", but then a problem sets in... whereas initially all of the tracks sound different, the more you listen, the more you start to realise that a lot of the songs contain almost exactly the same tunes and guitar riffs. "Naked" for example, seems to be some sort of remix of "Tomorrow". Despite this, though, tracks like "Sk8er Boi", "Unwanted" and "Anything But Ordinary" make the album worth getting. The question on everyone's lips, however, is whether Avril's a big phoney... well, who cares when (some of) the music sounds this good?


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