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Someone Like You
Someone Like You
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Heart-wrenching but beautiful!, 23 Feb. 2011
This review is from: Someone Like You (MP3 Download)
Adele really is an amazing singer. I heard this song for the first time watching the Brit Awards. Simply stunning! As far as the live performances went, she stole the show with her voice and just a piano for accompaniment.
Buying this track today!

Keep On
Keep On
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15 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Most Mature and Best So Far, 11 May 2006
This review is from: Keep On (Audio CD)
In terms of song quality, Will Young really does get better and better, and that also goes for his songwriting. And I have to say the songs that Will co-wrote on this album are, in the main, my favourites. Stand-out tracks for me are Keep On (excellent, funky, lively stuff) All I Want (quirky, soulful pop), Think About It (brilliant brass) and Home (wow! beautiful-sad) - four very different songs. Of the tracks he didn't write I like Ain't Such A Bad Place To Be best, it's just so unusual and funky and original. The best ballad - I wouldn't classify Home as a ballad, it's too quirky for that label - is All Time Love: simple, heartfelt, beautifully sung and with very good lyrics, written by J. Hartman.

The award for the 'weirdest' song goes to Happiness - salsa-inflected and makes you want to dance in a strange and uncool style, but it's somehow addictive and somehow fits quite well into this eclectic album.

The only (slight) disappointment is Save Yourself, a bit boring and predictable/repetitive, but it's the shortest track, which is a saving grace!

Vocally it's not as good as his debut, From Now On, but if he keeps on recording such good and varied songs I can forgive him.

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