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Come And Get It (UK album)
 
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Come And Get It (UK album)

17 Oct. 2005 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2005
  • Release Date: 17 Oct. 2005
  • Label: Polydor Ltd.
  • Copyright: (C) 2005 Polydor Ltd. (UK)
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  • Total Length: 47:41
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  • ASIN: B001KVQ2AK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 71,939 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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By A Customer on 17 Oct. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I can't find a better word than "perplexed" to describe they way I feel about the fact that three of the best pop singles released this year 'Negotiate With Love', 'So Good' and 'I Said Never Again' have not reached a position higher than 10 in the UK charts. The only explanation I can only think of is that the buying public just don't like Rachel Stevens. Well if that is the case, what a shame because she has just released one of the best pop albums in years and the best one I've heard so far this year.
The album opener, 'So Good' is a perfect dance track featuring a strong electro beat/bassline and a dark choral backing reminiscent of New Order's Blue Monday; yet the whole thing is completly pop. Things keep on the right track with the 'rockier'
'I Said Never Again (But Here We Are)'. 'Crazy Boys' is just fantastic with it's stomping beat and its chorus could fit
nicely into a James Bond movie theme song. My favourite, 'Funny How' sounds like the Pet Shop Boys gone Kylie (you could almost swear it's Neil Tennant's melancholic vocals on the intro). I could go on describing how 'I Will Be There', 'Negotiate With Love', 'Some Girls' 'Dumb Dumb' are equally brilliant in different ways, but that would take too much space. Even if the rest of the songs were filler (which they aren't) this would be an outstanding pop record, miles away from Funky Dory and better that Annie's Anniemal.
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That this album flopped amazed me, largely because the singles were so poorly marketed by her management team. The first album was not great, but Rachel Stevens clearly understood that, and went head over heels into overdrive on this one producing some of the most original sounding tunes to come out of the noughties. By rights this album should be a chart topper. The music is fresh, the vocals are sultry and strong and the album as a whole is on a par with other pop princesses. One can only hope that she will do a Kylie and keep churning out quality music like this until reviewers accept that (as Kylie proved) it doesn't matter how you became famous. True fame sticks with those that deserve it - definitely watch this space as Stevens is going to be sticking around.
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Ok, so i have been a fan of Rachel since her S Club 7 days, when she released her first album "Funky Dory" I was a tad disappointed because there were only around 2 or 3 really catchy songs on there. When Rachel released "Come & Get It" i was amazed by the pure brilliance of the album- every song has been well written, sung beautifully and is very catchy!

01- So Good: Fantastic chorus and a very catchy beat, leaves you listening to this track over and over again.

02- I Said Never Again (But Here We Are): Again another wonderful track that really gets you dancing and singing along with Rachel, has a very 80's feel to it.

03- Crazy Boys: My favourite track on the album, the lyrics and beat are purely amazing and it is an amazing track to listen to when you feel down.

04- Negotiate With Love: The first single from CAGI, with its great chorus

05- I Will Be There: Not the best on the album but still packs a punch with its good lyrics

06- Every Little Thing: This should have been one of the singles, the song is amazingly fast, upbeat and is pop in its simplest form.

07- Dumb Dumb: Quite a sad song when you listen to the lyrics but the catchy tune makes up for it.

08- Je M'Apelle: The worst song on the album but still good in terms of other songs about. I don't think the way that she sings the chorus, makes her name sound like Rochelle (listen to it and you might understand what i mean)

09- Nothing Good About This Goodbye: Really stands out as being a great song with lyrics that have really been thought about.

10- All About Me: Not great but still catchy, other songs make up.

11- Secret Garden: Didn't like it at first but when you listen to it a few times it is actually quite good.
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It doesn't matter what you think of Rachel as a person, after all it is all about the music and this album certainly has some high class tunes.
The opening track 'So Good' is more than just a Kylie cast-off - it has an excellent single woman mantra chorus and an immense synth breakdown, making it the perfect pop stomper. 'I Said Never Again (But Here We Are)' touches on a new sound for Rachel, it's nicks the beats and chants of Adam & the Ants and teams them with a whole load of squelchy computer noises and over produced vocals. It makes for a great combo.
'Crazy Boys' sees Richard X on production duties. You get the obligatory squelchy synths, only here they're more gritty and appealing. The track isn't as immediately catchy as 'Some Girls' but it grows on you and definitely confirms Richard X's status as one of the top pop producers.
'I Will Be There' is an electro-ballad; it has all the soothing, dreamlike sounds of your average pop ballad only with more of a beat. A definite album highlight. 'Negotiate With Love' was good in that it helped Rachel progress from the dire 'More More More' cover. It has an excellent surf guitar and pretty good lyrics for a pop song.
'It's All About Me' has an excellent intro, a sample from The Cure's 'Lullaby' which I think works well and gives the impression that the track is going to be excellent. Unfortunately it slightly falls short of pop excellence. It's still very good, but a bit generic. 'Secret Garden' is another Kylie throwaway from the Body Language days; it definitely follows the sound of that album with its sickly and somewhat ambitious vocals that Rachel seems to struggle with. It has a few catchy lines and does grow on you. But the verses sound a bit disjointed.
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