- Audio CD (14 Sept. 2009)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Phantom Sound & Vision
- ASIN: B002NULL8U
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,535,807 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
TURN IT UP (PL)
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Pixie Lott is one of the most exciting acts to emerge in 2009 after the the release of her first single "Mama Do". Within a year, she received three Brit nominations, won an MTV Award, sold two million singles, two of which were number 1s, had three number 1 airplay hits, approaching one million albums sold globally and is Double Platinum in the UK. Add to that, Pixie has her own clothing line ‘Pixie Lott for Lipsy’, has made numerous TV appearances (both performing and an X Factor guest judge) and is in two new feature films. Pixie also stars as a guest judge on the new series of X Factor.
Turn It Up (Louder) is Pixie's Lott's repackaged album featuring the original album (with the hits “Mama Do”, “Boys & Girls”, “Cry Me Out”, “Gravity”, “Turn It Up”) plus ten bonus tracks including “Broken Arrow” (R1 & R2 B list 4 weeks out) and four other new tracks.
--This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.
Top Customer Reviews
If you're thinking about buying this album, don't panic about the Explicit tag, I've thoroughly checked the album and there is nothing explicit about it. I have no idea why both Amazon.co.uk and iTunes have marked it as explicit, unless of course I'm missing something.
By the way, why is this album labelled as [Explicit]? There are no dirty words at all. Hahaha!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased for our daughter she loves the cd it's a really good album.Published 8 months ago by Zizzi
Easy to buy, competitively priced and right to your door. First class.Published 15 months ago by Phil Clark
Not sure about this one. She danced very well on "Strictly come Dancing" and her voice is OK but will probably appeal more to the younger generation.Published 20 months ago by asocrates