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  • Audio CD (26 Aug. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: POLYDOR
  • ASIN: B00006FXVU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 199,346 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Blown It Again
  2. James Dean (I Wanna Know)
  3. Gotta Get Thru This
  4. Right Girl
  5. If You're Not The One
  6. He Don't Love You Like I Love You
  7. I Can't Read You
  8. Friday
  9. Honest Questions
  10. Girlfriend
  11. Without The Girl
  12. Gotta Get Thru This (acoustic)

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Daniel Bedingfield - Gotta Get Thru This - Cd

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For many bedroom producers, Daniel Bedingfield's debut, Gotta Get Thru This must seem like a dream come true. A songwriter, home-producer and vocalist whose laptop hit, the title track of this album, got released by Ministry of Sound to become one of 2001's biggest hits. Bedingfield's style could be described as Prince covering a Michael Jackson song whilst dabbling in UK Garage. "James Dean (I Wanna Know)" is a poppy piece of eighties soul-funk in the vein of Cameo but with a distinctive, fresh edge that sets it apart from countless other 80s' revivalists hanging around the charts. We see a softer side of Bedingfield on "If You're Not the One", a ballad which could easily be dismissed as generic album-filling slush but with a few listens the well-crafted song writing shines though and shows Michael Jackson how his Invincible album should have sounded. One tiny gripe about the album is the re-recorded version of "Gotta Get Thru This", while sounding far more polished and professional than before, it lacks the infectious raw groove of the original. Aside from that one small thing, the album is a positive look at how pop music should be made with a strong emphasis on the artist's music and ability rather than image. --David Trueman

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By A Customer on 12 Sept. 2002
Format: Audio CD
I was very impressed when the single of gotta get thru this came out. A funky dance offering with a very catchy beat and a superb voice to match. I have waited patiently for the album to come out and i have to say i am pleasently impressed. The album isn't purely all dance/garage but the tracks that do follow this trend namely :- the title track, james dean, blow it again and my personal favourite friday are all well worth a listen. The track "Right girl" offers a more hip hop feel and it works well. There are a couple of ballads as well "if your not the one" reminds me of East 17's stay another day for some reason. My favourite tracks on the album however are the ones with a strong acoustic influence. The tracks "he don't love you like i love you", "girlfriend" and the superb acoustic take of "gotta get thru this" are all pretty superb.
I would recommend this album to most people who enjoy the single releases. I find Daniel's voice is very compatible with all the different styles displayed on this album which results in a great album to listen to before going out.
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Daniel Bedingfield's new CD, following from his pulverising single chart song "Gotta get thru this ", is another amazing feat for someone who does music "in his bedroom". This talented guy sings like no one else can at the moment; the lyrics are original and have depth for a change. This is new talent on the scene. This CD is somewhat complex because each song is so different than any other, and what comes on the next track is kind of unexpected. But it's really nice, and a change from the boring predictability of so many albums produced for artists who often can't sing or play an instrument as electronics do it all for them. Daniel Bedingfield's blend of styles is testimony to his creativity -and his voice sounds almost ...angelic at times, in complete contrast to the other louder raunchy tracks on the CD.So versatile.
Has Daniel Bedingfield been sent to pick up the idle mantle left by the likes of Michael Jackson, George Michael and Prince? Good news, he probably has. Get this CD, listen to it several times, and you'll likely be convinced.
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This isn't the review of a starstruck teenager (not that there is anything wrong with that, I wish I was one again myself) no, this is a 38 year old guy who just likes listening to a wide variety of musical styles and thankfully there are a few on this excellent debut.
I'd heard the debut single and the recent No.1 If You're Not The One and decided to check out the rest of the album but I must admit my expectations were not high, but from the very first track I was hooked. Daniel is a master of the hook, that little unexpected melody or beat which grabs you and stays in the mind for the rest of the day. Blown It Again is pure Mark Morrison without the attitude and the ballads stand well against anything young Mr Williams has released recently, He Don't Love You Like I Love You has a simple but infectious melody that demands to be hummed over and over much to the annoyance of work colleagues.
The most surprising thing for me was the extent of musical influences particularly (and my age is showing here!) The Police. I Can't Read You and Friday could be lifted straight from the back catalogue of Stings former chums, I challenge anyone of a similar age to listen to the chorus vocal harmonies on these tracks and not be reminded of The Police's So Lonely.
Overall this is a more than promising debut album by a star in the making. There are another 3 chart-topping singles in this album at least. With better production this could have been a 5 star album, but this is a singer songwriter who has a great future and could give the present pop superstars an interesting run for their money over the coming years.
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By CJ VINE VOICE on 10 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album not really knowing what to expect. After hearing the third single release 'If You're Not The One', it made me wonder if Daniel Bedingfield has a bit more about him than just the fast-paced 'James Dean' and 'Gotta Get Thru This' and although the album doesn't quite manage that much variety, it is fantastic stuff.
I was amazed at how varied the tracks can be. In fairness, there is generally a catchy rock/pop theme, but the lyrics and music carry it through and Bedinigfield is clearly happy with experimenting. Evidence of this is the sublime 'Inflate My Ego' (my favourite), something of a dance track featuring a sample of The Peter Gunn Theme, which came as a surprise!
Buy this now, Daniel Bedingfield is a great talent and this is a very enjoyable album.
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I must be honest, I thought when 'Gotta get through this' came out (single) I thought Daniel Bedingfield, was going to be a one hit wonder, and when 'James Dean' came out, that opinion didn't waver, then when he released the third, and strongest single yet 'If You're not the one' I had to think again. It was this single (If you're not the one) that made me go out and buy the album, as it is one of those songs that makes the hairs on your arms stand on end. Then... When I played the album right through, I was very pleasantly surprised.
There are some excellent tracks on here, the first on the album 'Blown it again' is a contender for the number one slot in the chart. Track 12 'inflate my ego' With a sample from the Peter Gunn Theme is simply brilliant and worthy of a hit for Daniel. In fact you are hard pushed to find an album track that has been put there to fill space.
In an age of instant pop stars and 'bands', deserved respect should be given to Daniel, for doing it the hard way, for sitting down, and writing what is in his head and heart. This is a worthy debut album, and Daniel has carved out a place for himself as an artist, and a place that will still be there for him in years to come, because the impression you get from this album, is that there is plenty more from where this came from.
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