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  • Audio CD (11 Oct. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mercury Records Ltd (London)
  • ASIN: B0002QFFPM
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
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Breathe In is a strikingly beautiful and rich collection of songs. Highlights range from the intimate "Forget Me Not"--just Lucie and the piano--to the big productions of "Don't Look Back" and "The Game Is Won". Other stand-out tracks include the title track with its infectious chorus and the powerful single, "What You're Made Of", which eloquently showcases Lucie's emotional and vocal range.

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As a lover of guitar-based rock , I`m usually unmoved by the regular stream of over-hyped " talent" that passes for pop these days.Thank goodness, then , for Lucie Silvas . I was stunned by her performance of What You`re Made Of on BBCs Top of the Pops last year, and all it took was one hearing of the follow up single ( The optimistic Breathe In ) to confirm that we had a genuine new talent on our hands. A purchase was overdue ....
Now, many months on, the album, Breathe In , is still almost a permanent resident on my CD player ( and I normally tire quickly of music )It`s an album you can live with, full of songs which are at once personal yet easy to indentify with. Each song is a gem, every vocal performance is packed with drama and emotion , and yet there is enough subtlety to keep you coming back for more .The controlled power in the vocals is frequently spine-tingling.
And, to add to Lucie Silvas`s credibilty, not only can she cut it in the studio, but she is an awesome live performer too.
If you like what you`ve heard so far, you owe yourself a copy of this album .
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Finally an escape from the Hip Hop scene that seems to have taken control over the music charts all over the world. Lucie's breathtakingly beautiful piano melody's and her touching lyrics shine on her debut album. Standout tracks include the debut single "What You're Made Of", the more uptempo "Dont Look Back", title track "Breathe In", the haunting ballad "Nothing Else Matters" and of coutse the big standout track "The Game Is Won". From start to finish Lucie tell's tales of love and heartbreak. Definently worth buying!
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Like many people i was struck by Lucie's voice in What You're Made Of therefore purchased the album.
the whole album is littered with excellent tracks an album that you can listen to the whole way through without touching your remote control.
1) Don't look back - great start to the album 9/10
2) The Game is won - good lyrics 9/10
3) Last Man Standing - my personal favourite 10/10
4) Forget me not - slow song not the best 7/10
5) Breathe in - stand out track that sticks in your head! 10/10
6) Nothing Else Matters - takes a while to get started but a good little song 8/10
7) Without you - good not great 8/10
8) What you're made of - Excellent choice as her first single 9/10
9) Twisting the chain - doesn't really take off still a 7/10
10) No defence - Love this 9/10
11) The Longer We're Apart - Slow and probably the worst track on the album 6/10
12) Like You Love Me - Like this 8/10
13)Seven Vells - Rounds off a cracking album 8/10
Can't wait for the second installment!
Hopefully Lucie will continue with her solo career rather than writing more songs for Gareth and Liberty X!
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Lucie Silvas first came to my attention on the Des & Mel show when she performed 'Breathe In' and I was impressed. I then heard 'What You're Made Of' on Radio 2 and I thought "I like this, shall I buy her album?". I bought it at the end of January and I can honestly say I made the right decision.
For me, there are no bad songs on the album, and Lucie's voice makes the album refreshing as well as relaxing to listen to. I say this because one minute she sings ballads which test her vocal abilities to full without going over the top (e.g. The Game Is Won) and the next, she's taking it easy & slowing down (e.g. No Defence). My favourites songs are 'The Game Is Won', 'Seven Veils', 'Last Man Standing' & 'Don't Look Back' and overall, I would say that this is the best album I have bought for a long time. I must also credit Lucie for the fact she writes and performs her own material. Anyone who can do that deserves credit from me (more so if it is my type of music).
After buying the album, I then went to see Lucie and her band in Manchester on 28th April & they were superb. Lucie seems a very nice young lady who is down-to-earth, as are her band members.
If she keeps on producing music of this quality, I will be a fan of Lucie Silvas for a long time and I hope she will be in the business for a while. She is a real talent in my opinion.
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Twice now this year I've been left astounded and in awe at the phenomenal talent in a young female singer/songwriter, both British. First it was Lucie Silvas and more recently Beulah. In both cases hearing just one song was enough to recognise their ability and inspire the purchase of the album. Breathe In is nothing short of a remarkable masterpiece even more so because it's a debut. Each listening is rewarded with something new to discover, some other interpretation of the lyrics. Breathe In is such an engaging album you want to listen to it at the exclusion of other albums and it is best heard shared alone. Lucie sings with power and passion, occasional fragility, conveying melancholy emotion, deep and heartfelt sorrow at the loss of loved ones and the break up and trepidation of new relationships. Outstanding songs on an outstanding album must be What You're Made Of and Don't Look Back which display both her supreme melodic skills and lyrical supremacy. There's an incredible maturity to her lyrics that should come from someone much older and world weary, who has complete understanding of the sentiments from personal experience. She has somehow written songs that seem to be intensely personal to the listener and knows the ghosts from the past and present that haunt your heart. The lyrics will always be relevant to someone, somewhere at sometime in their life. Breathe In is destined to be a modern classic, the secret of its long term success is that it is centred round the timeless sound of piano and acoustic guitar and uses real percussion and not computer generated or contemporary fashionable noises. Lucie appeals to an older fan base that will remain loyal to an artist, as opposed to the fickle, fashion conscious plaudits of the singles chart and provided she can maintain or improve upon this album she has a promising and long future in the music business.
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