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It's Not Me, It's You (Special Edition) [Explicit]
 
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It's Not Me, It's You (Special Edition) [Explicit]

16 Nov. 2009 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 2 Dec. 2008
  • Release Date: 16 Nov. 2009
  • Label: Parlophone UK
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  • Total Length: 1:29:47
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00J6ASE5S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 226 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 39,684 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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By GRP TOP 500 REVIEWER on 6 Nov. 2015
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Lily Rose Beatrice Cooper, known professionally as Lily Allen, is an English singer, songwriter, actress, and television presenter. This is her second successful studio album and we see a genre shift, having more of an electro pop feel, rather than the ska and reggae influences of her first album. This album saw her receive the Brit Award for British Female Solo Artist at the 2010 Brit Awards.

I bought this album on the strength of the song 'The Fear'. However, perhaps I’m just too old to get it, hear it and fully appreciate Lily’s style because to me a number of the songs on this album sound like they were written and sung by a rather immature teenage girl, not a young mature woman of the world.

Perhaps Lily was hoping to sound droll and ironic? But it just comes across to me as rather blunt, vulgar and gauche. The greatest satirists always subject themselves to the same scalpel they take to society and other people, but that is sadly lacking here. Of course artist mature and develop, so this may come with time.

In addition, there are too many expletives on songs that really don't need them, so it begins to sound like uncouth lyrical padding. Is Lily trying to shock or simply offend us? The only time they're used intelligently is on "XXXX you", which is one of the better and really catchy tracks on the album

On a positive note there are a few moments of genuine musical wit and charm, but not enough to make it fully work for me. There's no urbanity, depth, true richness or intrigue. Lily has developed a distinctive style and I applaud her for that but somehow this album is lacking in acumen and substance.
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It's a great album! Good pop combined with the 'crooning' sounds of 'days of old', combined with really cheeky lyrics. Will buy her first album now...
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This is just what anyone would expect from lily. Foul mouthed lyrics about everyday emotions & events and I loved it.lily's way of describing every day things is refreshing and true to life,although some people may object to the swearing in her lyrics.lily is doing what she does best and that is describing daily life in hers & other people eyes and I enjoy her songs.i say to people ,go on!,immerse yourself in her songs and you will see life in a different light.just keep true to yourself lily and carry on as you are.
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OK, first and foremost be warned..... not for the feint hearted!!! Lily doesnt mince her words, if you get my drift!!

Now, that aside, this album is the best thing I have heard in ages, in fact I think it might just be worth it for "Its not fair" alone!!

On a cold, gloomy February night, I just sat here smiling, headphones in (two kids to protect!!) and loving it!!

I can highly recommend this album, you wont regret it!
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Normally I'd turn my nose up at Lily Allen but after hearing The Fear I thought I'd finally give her a chance.

I got myself a copy of the album and haven't been able to stop listening to it.

The tracks aren't all amazing mind you but she isn't trying to be a vocal diva. F**K You is the most addictive of the radio friendly songs this album has to offer but they would be nicer if she replaced a few of the harder words with nicer ones, instead of trying to shock.

A very good attemp of a second album, this coming from somebody who normally turns over whatever I hear her or see her on television.

It's good for a listen when cleaning if nothing else.
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I loved Alright Still and really wondered if Lily Allen could produce another album of equal quality and appeal. The answer is a big YES - this has all the quirky appeal of the first album with poetic lyrics and tunes that hook and stay with you (I've lost track of the number of times I keep singing 'you're so mean' to myself). The tone throughout is once again modern girl with attitude and wrapped up perfectly with the music. The best album out there at the moment in my opinion.
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A good offering from an artist I didn't think I'd like having often read about her in the tabloid press!

Modern "pop" music at it's best with only a couple of average tracks to skip over. Lily's songs are great - well constructed and totally unpredictable. Most use catchy melodies and tell a little story in plain Engish that's easy to understand and relate to. Her voice is brilliant, but IMO the 4 letter words she uses doesn't enhance her songs - maybe it gets her talked about though?

A must for anyone who enjoys good creative chart music.It's Not Me It's You
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Lily Allen is, as always a refreshing artist who verbalise in song the feelings of most of the human population, but not in a namby pamby way, in a totally honest and down to earth way, that most folk can relate to .
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