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than a winning song ('Euphoria') given the evidence available on her
debut album 'Heal'. What this collection proves, above all else, is that
she has a very fine voice. Although, to some degree, conventional, the
dimensions of the epic dance anthem are given a continued lease of life and
clean bill of health in these twelve well-constructed and stirring numbers.
A small hoard of producers and co-writers does not seem to have gotten in
the way of the project achieving a remarkably coherent sonic presence and
Ms Talhaour seems happy and at home in both the mountains and valleys of her
chosen kingdom which she rules with a deft amalgam of power and sensitivity.
There are some big tunes here, not least amongst them 'Euphoria' (has there
been a more stirring and affecting Euro-champion in recent years?) but with
numbers like the storming hands-in-the-air highlight 'My Heart Is Refusing Me',
the uplifting but nonetheless tender 'See You Again' and 'Sober', with its
sinuous central ducking-and-diving vocal performance, it is clearly evident
that this talented artist is much more than a fly-by-night one-trick-pony.
It's not all four-to-the-floor dancefloor mayhem however. Songs like 'Everytime',
'Do We Even Matter' and the affecting closing track 'Heal' contribute more
than enough light and shade to the mix to keep us guessing and wholly engaged.
A thoroughly entertaining and enjoyable initiation. I profess myself converted.
For those of you (and I'm sure there are many) who will get this album based on the strength of "Euphoria" (which gets a haunting string intro here), it might be surprising to learn that Loreen the singer is not all about belting at full volume. Opener "In my head" is more subtle than I ever would've expected, all futuristic electronic pulse and weightless vocal delivery. That's not to say that there's no belting at all; far from it. But, aside from the passionate performance in "Euphoria", the showier vocal turns serve only to remind us that Loreen can sing. The vocal pyrotechnics, while impressive, don't really provide any sort of emotional emphasis. Lyrically, the album has its' ups and downs, and while there are occasional flashes of evocative songwriting ("Like a moon you pull me to the shore/But I can't be your ocean anymore" definitely qualifies), they are buried in formulaic takes on love and break up.
But, fair enough: this is a debut after all. And when Loreen hits her target, she does so splendidly. The spine-chilling atmospherics of "Everytime", the epic desperation of "Crying out your name" and the slightly soulful vibe of the title track are all excellent.Read more ›
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How this artist has never had a career and sold numerous records in this country is beyond me. Loreen first came to my attention when she entered Eurovision and won with the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Firefly
Sublime album-every track is a winner.Quality voice.Quality disc-Highly Recommended.Published 22 months ago by Garry Baily
Loved this CD. Upbeat foot-tapping pop along with some slower pop ballads. Amazing voice.Published 22 months ago by Nicola