0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I must say that I was a little bit apprehensive when buying the album as a lot of the reviews were extremely negative but I thought as I liked the singles I would anyway. While I love the album for the fun factor and the up-tempo songs are better by far than the slower ones it really doesn't do much to try and earn new fans for Tulisa.
26 of 43 people found the following review helpful
I must start of saying that as a young adult and still relatively left with the 'magic' when reading the HP books I was aprehensive but went ahead anyway.
It's a dark slightly comedic book about a small village where everyone is warring with one another; parents and children, teachers and pupils and various shop owners. Not to give the plot away most in not all the characters seem to have less than acceptable traits to their characters and it's interesting to follow the MANY rivalries.
I found the book interesting and engaging, I wasn't bothered by the language used as it's just basic everyday language used albeit if not in public areas.
The writing is still… Read more
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I must say that when it comes to AB that I will be biased as I loved her since her X factor days. Still listening to the original (Overcome) I saw this as an must have. And after initially beeing disappointed by the lead single 'Elephant' I found that the rest of the tracks on the album more than make up for it. I actually love the 90's vibe to the album although the excessive use of autotune does take away from the overall experiance as Alexandra hardly needs the use of it. Heres how I would rate each song:
Hearbreak on Hold- 9/10
Let it go- 8/10
This Love will Survive- 7/10
Between the Sheets- 7/10
Daylight Robbery-… Read more