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Debut album by the English musical theatre boy band. Featuring covers of well-known songs from shows and films including 'Bring Him Home' from Les Miserables, 'Let It Go' from Frozen and 'Over the Rainbow' from The Wizard of Oz, the album by the winners of the 8th series of Britain's Got Talent entered the UK Albums Chart at #1.
Top Customer Reviews
I do agree with some of the other reviews that the instrumentation should be a full orchestra, but I think Simon Cowell wanted to see how they can handle this first.
Track by Track:
Stars - If you've seen the BGT performance, the vocal assignments have changed except for Richard and Matt, but I think they did a good job.
Bring Him Home - The vocal arrangement for this definitely changed but the lads did a good job vocally.
Come What May - One of my favourite tracks, I really like Matt's vocals on this.
With You - I must admit it took me two or three listens before I liked this track. It had nothing to do with the lads' vocals. It's just the song itself didn't appeal to me at first.
Let it Go - I think they did a good job with this, especially when they sang the chorus together.
Anthem - My favourite track. The song is great and I like Jamie's vocals on this.
Secrets - It's a good song and I think the lads did a good job with this song.
Somewhere - I think the lads did a good interpretation of this classic from West Side Story.
All of Me - Despite this song being remade umpteen times by so many artists, I think the lads did a great job. After watching them doing this song a capella, I think they did a good job with the instrumentation.
Over the Rainbow - The lads definitely did a masterful job both individually and as a group.
So what's the final verdict? For the first outing, they did a good job.
What would I like to see on their second album? One or two a capella tracks and a full orchestra.
Well done, Collabro!
I wish them every success for their tour, and please don't let the music industry change you Collabro, you are perfect just as you are.
Advice to Michael, Matt, Richard, Jamie and Thomas, you are unique, great guys with endearing personalities, individual and wonderful voices, with your own wonderful sense of harmony. Please retain it all. Dont sell yourself down the pop route. Whoever managed you with this album is only after a quick buck, and you'll end up the victims, finally tossed on the great heap of rejects that have gone before you.
I cherished you on BGT, and on Youtube since. I believe you have all the right ingredients to succeed. Take your time, stick to what you believe!
Producers of this album: 3 Stars
Overall: 4 stars
I've been really excited about this release, and I want to say straight away that the guys' voices are as superb as ever. They deserve a 5-star rating, and I feel a bit sad that I can't rightly give this album that rating because there are some major disappointments, all of which trace back to flaws in the seemingly rushed production.
Perhaps the biggest gripe I have is that the backing tracks are mostly synthesized and sound like karaoke tracks instead of accompaniment for a proper album. At least give these guys a real orchestra! They deserve it! Come on, you've got to match the quality of their voices with the quality of the instruments! The producers should have known better. It makes this album feel really rushed and like sort of a snack thrown at the fans while we wait for the real deal.
And that's kind of how I feel, like I'll just be waiting for a live album that'll actually feature them with an orchestra once they gain more traction. Sadly, I don't know if we'll be hearing some of these incredible songs covered that way. Collabro have stated that their passion is to bring musical theater to the public, but for fans of musical theater, who are treated with a live pit orchestra when hearing these songs performed in their respective musicals, it is an instant and unforgivable error (to the ear, if not the tastes) to throw a synthesized backing track in behind these guys.
The gems of the album are the two songs Collabro sung at BGT, as well as "With You" from the movie Ghost.
I'm really happy with some of the songs, but some choices were really odd. Secrets by OneRepublic is really dated as far as modern music goes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved it until the last track, a Christmas Carol. It is irritatingly unseasonalPublished 4 days ago by Lynn Martin
I loved these guys from their first BGT audition and couldn't stop talking about them to colleagues who hadn't seen the show. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lou
Ordered (Special Addition) for the Christmas stuff at the end of the disc but received the standard edition, oh well suppose the 'pickers' have bad days tooPublished 2 months ago by Gary Knight