6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 16 June 2000
The genius of Corinne Drewery and Andy Connell is that they make honest, timeless, melodic, euphoria inducing pop and this album is yet another fine example. Corinne's vocals are warm and uplifting and to suggest that she possesses vocal integrity is an understatement. Andy's exemplary artistry is as apparent as ever. The strength is also evident in their songwriting. Stand out tracks on this album include "Notgonnachange","Understand","Everyday Crime" and "Incomplete Without You". But you know what I love the most about Swing Out Sister and this album - they have a unique sound which adheres to a retrospective influence which is refreshing and more relevant today than ever.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 10 March 2011
This is another great album (Get in Touch with Yourself) by SwingOutSister and is very upbeat and groovy in sound. I have all their albums and I found this album to be closest to the style of their first album (Its Better To Travel) that had the well known "Breakout" single. Some of their music can be laid back in style but this album has many songs that have a good energetic beat to them. Its high quality like all their music, some of the tracks on this album should have been big hits like on the (Its Better To Travel) album as they are kinda the same groove. If you are a fan of them don't dare do without this album for the collection but if you are a first time listener to their sound then this album is a beautiful introduction to the great talent of SwingOutSister, give them a listen, you won't regret it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 3 June 2013
I am a huge fan of their first two albums and though I was hoping the third would take things in a slightly different direction, I was disappointed. Corrinne Drewrey's voice is great as usual but this sounded over produced and lacked the stylish execution of earlier albums. The fact that it didn't do as well commercially as the other two albums perhaps says that I am not alone. SOS are extremely talented but this LP doesn't do it for me.