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  • Audio CD (17 Jan. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: XL Recordings
  • ASIN: B004DK49WI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 135,657 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Rolling In The Deep
  2. If It Hadn't Been For Love

Customer Reviews

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Format: Audio CD
When I first heard this song I immediately fell in love with it. I've been a big fan of Adele from the beginning and this song just made me love her even more (if that's possible).

The lyrics are amazing and together with the beat, rhythm and melody, I don't understand how you couldn't dislike it. The track is just one of 11 stunning tracks that make "21" a mere masterpiece.
Adele all the way, I'm so pleased this album made number 1, and for 12 weeks... WOW!!!

Five stars is the only rating worthy.
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Three weeks in to 2011 and I think I've already heard my single of the year, it' s better than any single from last year that is certain. Oh boy can Adele sing, this girl could hold her head up high in such exalted company as Gladys Knight, Dusty Springfield and yes even Aretha. I won't even rise to the troll review below.
This song is so good that I've just listened to it 4 times on repeat. Saw the lady sing "Someone Like You" on later with Jools Holland back in November and she moved me to tears and now this gem. Yes I have her album 21 is on pre-order.
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Please ignore the fool below who should have their ears amputated if they think this girl can't sing. The track is a bluesy shuffle that demonstrates how she can belt it out. Bodes well for the rest of the album.
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Ignore the chap who wrote that this single was 'tripe'. It is NOT! Adele is one of the most gifted singer/songwriters of the moment and this song only reaffirms this fact. Great song!
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This is a type of song that everybody should have on a cd shelf at home. Even if you are not her fan (I am not), buy it because it is a masterpiece. Everything is perfectly composed here - the lyrics, the melody, the tempo, the sadness in Adele's voice.
It is hard to believe that she is just 20 and something. She sounds much more mature here.
And she proved that you don't have to be gaga to sell thousands of cds and have an intercontinental hit under ur belt!
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I'm by no means an ardent Adele "fan". I thought 19, her debut album, was pretty lacklustre for the most part and Chasing Pavements is one of my most disliked songs of the past five years.

BUT...Rolling In The Deep is already almost a shoo-in for single of the year for 2011. Hopes were high when it was announced that Adele had worked with Rick Rubin and whilst this isn't one of the Rubin-cuts off the new album, 21, there is the sense that he has helped Adele catch her true sound. Gone is the Amy Winehouse-lite histrionics replaced by something a mate of mine called "Florence & THe MAchine meets KT Tunstall". He has a point but to catergorise this song in reference to any other merely serves to do it a disservice.

I remain disappointed that there's not more like this (other than the fantastic Rumour Has It) on the new album, but that doesn't change my viewpoint that this is an absolutely brilliant song that is far and away above anything else I've heard this year so far.
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