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4.0 out of 5 stars In my opinion, this is Deborah's best album, 24 Feb 2005
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D.S. HABERT (Bromley, Kent United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Body Mind Soul (Audio CD)
After the success that Deborah received during the mid 80's.
Her career fell flat, but Body Mind Soul stood out from all her others.
As a former fan, I was very impressed with the songs Shock your Mama and the more controversial and slightly atmospheric Losin' Myself which is my ultimate favourate Deborah Gibson song.
But she also added some songs which spoke about real life. Examples of which are Kisses for one, which warns about the AIDs epidemic. When I say NO, which spoke about a very difficult subject, Date Rape.
finally Tear down these walls, which talked about racism.
Overall a brillant but very underated album which demands some respect. Even if you were not a fan of Deborah's in the mid 80's early 90's. It does show that this singer is coming of age and is able to write, produce and arrange more mature songs, then she did when Out Of The Blue and Electric Youth came out.
Do consider this album, it's her best yet.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Debbie Gibson Rocks?, 22 April 2004
This review is from: Body Mind Soul (Audio CD)
Singing, writing and producing her own music, Debbie Gibson is a rareneedle of talent within the endless haystack of manufactured pop. In herfourth album "Body, Mind, Soul", she has moved on from those chirpy teenpop tunes, lost the 80's blonde hair-do and grown up with her audience toproduce a more mature album, filled with some very pleasant surprises.
There's a myriad of styles toyed with in this album. "Free me" providesthe little funky number, whilst "Shock ya mama" attempts to bring out therebel in her squeaky clean persona... though Debbie Gibson trying to behard just doesn't quite work for me.
Although it goes a bit pear-shaped in places, you cannot deny thefantastically enchanting (though forlorn) lyrics of "Losin' myself" and"Do you have it in your heart", illustrating a hidden depth never seenbefore. With her great vocals and intelligent writing, these gems neverfail to send a shiver of delight down your spine.
All in all, a fine collection of songs from an extremely fine artist whohas come of age.
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