Robbie B

Helpful votes received on reviews: 68% (26 of 38)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,023,252 - Total Helpful Votes: 26 of 38
X ~ Liberty X
X ~ Liberty X
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Liberty X's Best Album, 17 Oct 2005
This is Liberty X's best album, easily. Might not say that much if you have the previous two, on the first the singles seemed to be the only tracks which were really strong and on the 2nd it was full of ballad filler...but onto the 3rd.
It is a strong pop album (ignoring the bonus tracks at the end of the album because everyone already knows them). It has some really great songs on it, the stand out one for me is the title track X - it has the best chorus since Just A Little. It sounds so unique yet familiar at the same time. Throughout the album the bands voices sound strong and they complement each other well. Dirty Cash is a strong cover and Divine Intervention is a beautiful… Read more
Most Wanted [Australian Import] ~ Hilary Duff
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I am a Hilary Duff fan, I have her albums and even the soundtracks but this album is slightly infuriating that it is coming out so soon in her career. Anyway onto the tracks:
Wake Up - the first single, sounds like she has taken a step back really. Would fit in the metamorphosis album more than the Hilary Duff one, saying that it is a nice enough song but just has horrible lyrics.
Getaway - My personal highlight from the last album, great song and i'm glad they haven't changed it for this album. It should have been a single from Hilary Duff really.
Come Clean (Remix 2005) - Having heard the remix for Most Wanted it has put me off it a bit, I thought… Read more
So Good ~ Rachel Stevens
So Good ~ Rachel Stevens
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Single, 19 Jun 2005
Her last single Negotiate With Love is one of my favourite songs this year and yet it didn't do that well. In my eyes it was perfect pop, this time Rachel has played it a bit safer and kept along the same lines as Negotiate but the song is that bit more catchy. A great pop song and one which will probably do very well, the song is very instant pure electro pop and is the 2nd single off her upcoming album Negotiate With Love (released after the 3rd single Crazy Boyz).
The single contains a brand new B side, a remix (typical dance one) and the video and game on the CD. No ringtone this time though, that's probably the only downside about this CD - ignoring the 7 minute remix.