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Resurrection

5 May 2014 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 5 May 2014
  • Release Date: 5 May 2014
  • Label: BMG Rights Management
  • Total Length: 36:30
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B00J5LDDFO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 180 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,894 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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As a massive Anastacia fan, I was very excited to here that despite her second battle with breast cancer, Anastacia was recording a new album. I will admit I was concerned at the previews, I thought there were way too many ballads. However since buying the album I've realised its an amazing album. My favourites include: Pendulum, Stupid Little Things, Underdog, Resurrection, Evolution, Staring At the Sun, Lifeline, Dark White Girl and Oncoming Train. The other songs are all growing on me as well. Only song I'm not sure about is Left Outside Alone Part 2.... not a fan of the arrangement, but it also has grown on me.

Overall, I love this album and I'm addicted already.
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Love Anastasia, still getting used to the tracks on disc one (there are two), however, I like her older more `ballsy` type of song, so hoping there's some on disc two. Still, for me, she can do no wrong!
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By The Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 May 2014
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Only one word will suffice here. Knockout. (I've been a fan since the
beginning so expect extreme bias here...!) 'Resurrection' is easily the
finest release of Anastacia's career so-far. There's a raw emotion
in the voice which time and again really does make the hair stand up
on the back of your neck. Always a great instrument, here it reaches
for another level entirely. These are World-class performances.

There are ten tracks in the standard edition and every one's a gem.
There are few singers who can deliver a big, full-bodied rock
anthem with the energy and conviction of this lady and there are
some real corkers here! The dramatic opening song 'Staring At
The Sun' has Ms Newkirk ripping into it as though her life depended
on it (the power of her lower register had grown remarkably since we
last heard her on her 2012 album of covers 'It's A Man's World');
the tenderness and regret articulated in 'I Don't Want To Be The One'
clearly digs deep into something intensely personal but delivers a
universal punchline which anyone who has loved-and-lost will easily
connect with (have a box of Kleenex to hand!); so too the sublime
'Stay', arguably one of the finest vocal performances of her career
and a song which encapsulates her bravery and instinct for survival.

'Resurrection' is a transcendent display of strength, recovery and self-belief.

Essential.
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I have been an avid fan ever since I was little, I have every album she has ever released and I love them all.
If you love Anastacia's music as much as I do, and all the other fans all over the world then I 100%
recommend this, You will not be disappointed.
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Love Anastasia. She has immense natural talent and actually writes her own songs.

The album consists of songs that are all quite deep and dark, detailing her struggles with cancer, her divorce and personal issues a bit more. If you're a loyal fan you won't be disappointed but theres more ballads on here that punchy upbeat anthems. I particularly like Staring at the Sun, Stupid Little Things, Lifeline, Pendulum & I Don't Want To Be The One.

Its more like her Anastasia album which is great as I personally did not think much of her Heavy Rotation album as I felt she was being pushed into doing something that was current, but it wasn't her. Her incredible voice is really something special and she deserves so much recognition.So glad shes going back down the darker sprock route, it greatly suits her and allows her to use her voice at its best.

Refreshing to have Anastasia at a time when we have so many female vocalists with so little talent,so little integrity and so little self respect.
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"Resurrection" is the sixth studio album by American singer-songwriter Anastacia, her first new studio record since "Heavy Rotation" (2008), but following chronically on her 2012 covers-album "It's A Man's World." The title of this new album refers to Anastacia's courageous reappearance after a period of physical and emotional pain, when she overcame breast cancer for a second time.

The power ballad "Staring At The Sun" is a great track to open this album, a hook-laden song propelled by her powerful and unique voice, followed by the slower, emotion-laden "Lifeline," before switching to the intense "Stupid Little Things," a very catchy pop anthem that is a true showcase for her immense vocal range and in which she belts in classic Anastacia style: "Now I know what love is worth in a broken world, But I can't get past the hurt, 'Til I give up on these stupid little things!"

Next is the tugging-at-the-heartstrings piano-ballad "I Don't Want To Be The One." The upbeat pop track "Evolution" is another album highlight, and you truly believe her when she sings: "It took everything to have to come this far." The somewhat bombastic "Pendulum" is another upbeat power-pop track. This is followed by the raw power ballad "Stay," in which she sings: "I'm not ready to go just yet, So I'm gonna stay," letting us know that she hopes for a bright future.

"I can see the light of day, Even through the rainy haze," she sings in "Dark White Girl," another upbeat pop song. This is followed by the beautiful piano-ballad "Apology," which is in turn ensued by regular album closer "Broken Wings," another album highlight and showcase for her fighting spirit. "Anyone would give up, but not me, not now," sings Anastacia in this ballad. "Even with broken wings I can do anything.
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