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The Female Boss (Deluxe Version) [Explicit]

The Female Boss (Deluxe Version) [Explicit]

1 Jan 2012
4.0 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2012
  • Release Date: 3 Dec. 2012
  • Label: Universal-Island Records Ltd.
  • Copyright: (C) 2012 All Around The World, under exclusive licence to Universal Island Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited
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  • Total Length: 1:12:28
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00AJKQY06
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 99,695 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)
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Tulisas debut album the female boss is to me just brilliant. I dont know why it received all the bad reviews and negativity. The songs on there are just so good. Young,Visa,Kill Me Tonight,Live Your Life,Im Ready,British Swag were my fav songs off the album since im a huge fan of dance music. The album was something different for a change. A mix of diffrent genres for all your moods. At the end of the day its not about what the reviewers think its about what her fans think and they loved it. Rumour is she has a second album on the way so EXCITED
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People just assume Tulisa can't sing or has no talent whatsoever just because she has had a sex tape released and she's come from Camden Town. So for all of the people who agree with the comment what I just wrote, this album will prove you wrong.

Intro - I was excited to see what the Intro would be like and I wondered if she would carry on from what N-Dubz done for their Intro's - a short, snappy, upbeat musical interlude. But Tulisa didn't do is with her solo album, and personally this isn't the best start to the album. It is Tulisa talking over the top of a piano solo of a slowed down version of Young 2/5

Young - Although is wasn't written by Tulisa, I would certainly say she executed this song very well. When I heard this as a single I thought it was a very good choice for a debut single; it's catchy and certainly a song for the club scene. 5/5

Live It Up - This was the albums second single and certainly had more of an urban feel to it, and my first thoughts of this song were 'complete and utter rubbish' and it certainly doesn't show off Tulisa's lyrical talent but it will grow on you. 4/5

Damn - Is now about love and heartwrench and has moved away from having fun cos you're 'young'. It's has more of a slow paced feel to it and is relatively catchy and easy listening but there is certainly better tracks on the album. 4/5

British Swag - This track is the most urban/hip-hop track on the album and sounds like N-Dubz's old music. I would say you either love it or hate it, because some people would certainly say that 'I got that British British Swag' is cheesey but it's personal opinion at the endof the day.
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Good album personally think negative press and reviews before release killed album sales. There are a lot of great tunes on here my favorites are live your life damn and I love habit which I do believe tulisa wrote herself. Wish people would have given her album a chance.
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I am so sick and tired of reading all the negative press about this album. I received it yesterday from Amazon and I love it! There is only 1 song on the album I would skip but the rest are great - some NDubz type tracks, good dance tracks and some beautiful ballards (love 'breath away'). And before you type cast me, I am a 38 year old professional business woman with a varied taste in music. I have always liked NDubz and have loved all of Tulisa's singles so bought the album on the strength of it and I am not disappointed. She can sing too unlike some previous X Factor judges who seem to sell lots of albums with no singing talent what so ever - you know who I mean!!

Buy it - you will not be disappointed.
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When I saw the title of this album I was very excited because I have always longed to hear a female version of Bruce Springsteen. However on first listen I can see that she sounds nothing like Bruce Springsteen. First of all, the real Boss can actually sing, even if you can't always understand all the words he is singing. Secondly, Mr. Springsteen's band do not sound like they are a pre-programmed Casio keyboard demo track. The E-street band will be mortified! This is more Coronation street than E-Street to be honest!! Tulisa should maybe go back to cutting hair or pulling pints. ;)
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I practically never write reviews on Amazon, but having owned this album for a few months now I felt quite strongly that it really didn't deserve the absolute mauling it got in the British press when it was released.

The Female Boss is actually, in my opinion, a terrific record with emotionally intelligent lyrics and a good variety of songs and genres.

The first piece of advice I would give anyone listening to this album for the first time is to completely disregard the Intro and Outro. Both tracks are a complete waste of space, and their presence brings down the quality of the songs on the rest of the album. Tulisa goes for the spoken-word approach and talks as if she's saying something deeply profound when in fact it basically sounds embarrassingly cringe-worthy and worthy and pretentious.

Fortunately, practically every track in between the album's opening and closing songs is excellent.

So, let's deal with the singles first. You'll be familiar with Young - an great pop song that rightly went straight to the top of the UK singles chart. (If this album had been released straight off the back of that song it probably would have sold considerably more copies). The lyrics of that song beautifully sum up the attitudes you have when you're young - when you're at a point in your life where you're learning about the world and are free to make mistakes. The second single - Live It Up - was a nice party tune that borrowed much of its hook from Kat DeLuna's brilliant Run The Show. Sight Of You - brilliant as I think it is - probably wasn't a good choice for third single but a good song nonetheless.
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