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Resurrection
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 15 May 2014
As a massive Anastacia fan, I was very excited to here that despite her second battle with breast cancer, Anastacia was recording a new album. I will admit I was concerned at the previews, I thought there were way too many ballads. However since buying the album I've realised its an amazing album. My favourites include: Pendulum, Stupid Little Things, Underdog, Resurrection, Evolution, Staring At the Sun, Lifeline, Dark White Girl and Oncoming Train. The other songs are all growing on me as well. Only song I'm not sure about is Left Outside Alone Part 2.... not a fan of the arrangement, but it also has grown on me.

Overall, I love this album and I'm addicted already.
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on 5 February 2015
Anastacia returns to her true potetnial and form - a stunning album - highly recomomned. Loved all tracks except one but eventhat is listenable just not spectacular like the other album tracks
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on 6 February 2015
Amazing album! Somehow Anastacia has become completely underrated over the past 5 years, this album shows she's absolutely still at the top of her game. A real must have.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Only one word will suffice here. Knockout. (I've been a fan since the
beginning so expect extreme bias here...!) 'Resurrection' is easily the
finest release of Anastacia's career so-far. There's a raw emotion
in the voice which time and again really does make the hair stand up
on the back of your neck. Always a great instrument, here it reaches
for another level entirely. These are World-class performances.

There are ten tracks in the standard edition and every one's a gem.
There are few singers who can deliver a big, full-bodied rock
anthem with the energy and conviction of this lady and there are
some real corkers here! The dramatic opening song 'Staring At
The Sun' has Ms Newkirk ripping into it as though her life depended
on it (the power of her lower register had grown remarkably since we
last heard her on her 2012 album of covers 'It's A Man's World');
the tenderness and regret articulated in 'I Don't Want To Be The One'
clearly digs deep into something intensely personal but delivers a
universal punchline which anyone who has loved-and-lost will easily
connect with (have a box of Kleenex to hand!); so too the sublime
'Stay', arguably one of the finest vocal performances of her career
and a song which encapsulates her bravery and instinct for survival.

'Resurrection' is a transcendent display of strength, recovery and self-belief.

Essential.
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on 9 September 2014
Gotta love this album. Great songs, great music - very easy to listen to! A must for all her fans! (Especially Broken Wings song it's great!)
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 25 May 2014
I have always loved Anastacia and was so pleased when this new album was announced. Now like most reviewers I was somewhat surprised when I first listened to it, however I think this was down to poor marketing. Based on her previous rock covers album 'It's A Man's World', the teaser single 'What Can We Do' and the lead single from the album 'Stupid Little Things' I had been expecting a more rock influenced album similar to 'Anastacia'. This was further supported by numerous promotional interviews I'd seen with Anastacia leading up to the albums release where she constantly stated she had returned to her SPROCK sound. However the album is actually a softer, more ballad led affair. Whilst at first this threw me after another listen I really loved the album. It really shows a mature artist exploring life experiences through music rather than just trying to get hit singles. The album does still have it's upbeat moments but the single 'Stupid Little Things' is not representative of the overall sound of the album. I got the deluxe edition and wonder why the track 'Resurrection' is only on this version as it's one of the standout tracks for me. I seem to be in a minority though when it comes to the new version of 'Left Outside Alone.' For me the slowed down, lighter music doesn't fit with the lyrics and the new melody seems to jarr slightly with the backing music. All in all a fantastic album, my second favourite behind 'Anastacia'.
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on 15 August 2014
A welcome return from "the voice",so powerfull & emotional.Only a short album,but all songs are excellent,well worth a listen.
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on 14 March 2015
Bought for my daughter who was a huge Anastacia fan in the past. She plays this CD all the time and says it's amongst her favourites.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I really like this new Anastacia's cd, her voice is amazing but i think in this cd gets to new levels. Glad some people is still "doing music". I have been to two anastacia's concerts and boy shecan sing, all the songs in this cd are beautiful, the fact is full of ballads like some people complaint? About... dont know what is to complaint about but hey! Shows her voice, and they are "anastacia's ballads" meaning sang in her way. Love it!
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on 13 August 2014
What can i say... its Anastacia... truly amazing with a lot of new material! Certainly the album i will be listening to a lot
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