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Here We Go Again
Demi Lovato
Here We Go Again
Genre: Pop
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Demi Lovato had lofty goals for Here We Go Again: "I wanted not only to make a great album, but I also want my music to inspire people, to help them get through whatever they're going through in their lives. That's the ult...  more »


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All Artists: Demi Lovato
Title: Here We Go Again
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 4
Label: Hollywood Records
Original Release Date: 1/1/2009
Re-Release Date: 7/21/2009
Genre: Pop
Styles: Dance Pop, Teen Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 050087137755, 0050087148188


Album Description
Demi Lovato had lofty goals for Here We Go Again: "I wanted not only to make a great album, but I also want my music to inspire people, to help them get through whatever they're going through in their lives. That's the ultimate goal with every piece of music I make." On Here We Go Again, with ultra-personal songs like the irresistible, buoyant title track, the hard-rockin', sultry "Got Dynamite" and confessional pop perfection of "Solo," Demi met--and exceeded--her goals. The multi-talented 16-year-old became a household name thanks to TV smashes--her starring roles in the Disney Channel sitcom "Sonny With a Chance" and movie "Camp Rock"--but, Demi says emphatically, "music is my first love." Demi also experimented with a few songs she ultimately felt were too mature lyrically or that she worried might be too pointed. "When I'm a little older, maybe my fans will be ready. But this album really expresses my writing and look right now. Fortunately, I haven't had to compromise in my career but you do learn more about yourself writing about your life and feelings. It's like a diary, and not everyone gets the opportunity to do something like this." She also offers inspiring lyrics for her young listeners on the empowering and whisper-to-a-scream bounce of "Everything You're Not," singing, "I want a gentleman who treats me like a queen / I need respect, I need love, nothing in between." While there are songs about `lost love' on Here We Go Again, Demi says, "I think this new album is more hopeful than Don't Forget. This is like being excited about breaking up and making up."

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C. N. Alexander .. (LiLBiT)
Reviewed on 9/5/2009...
Not really a fan...& I have both of her albums...maybe it'll grow on me...
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Lovato's second album is well-produced, awesome vocals and v
Dennis A. Amith (kndy) | California | 07/27/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"When I first listened to "Here We Go Again", the first single off her second album of the same title, I pretty much felt that we have seen this Disney-driven actress/singer blossom to a talented musical artist.

It's one thing to see Demi Lovato shine on "Camp Rock" and her debut album "Don't Forget" but the singer has said that this album is "more me" and that includes a sound that incorporates a Jonas Brothers and John Mayer sound.

Inspired by John Mayer, The Jonas Brothers and Jon McLaughlin, Lovato has collaborated with these talents and the end result is a fantastic sophomore album that easily eclipses her debut album in musical production but also vocally.

It's one thing to have a solid track "Here We Go Again" but she continues that rock/pop excitement with tracks such as "Solo", "Got Dynamite" and "Everything You're Not".

But she shines in tracks such as her acoustic guitar track "Catch Me" which she solely wrote, shines in the John Mayer collaboration with "World of Chances", the upbeat "Stop the World" track which she wrote with Jonas Brothers Nick Jonas and "Falling Over Me" which she collaborated with Jon McLaughlin.

Overall, Lovato has distanced herself from other Disney talent turned music artists with her latest album "Here We Go Again". She can act but she can also sing and she has positioned herself to become one of the prominent young singers in the musical scene today.

This album is definitely recommended!"
A wonderful 2nd album
Philly Farmgirl | Philly...duh? | 07/21/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"In her second Album Demi explores a lot of different music styles. Her rock is still intact, but she has a lot of nice slow pieces like "A world of chances." and "falling over me." Her voice is very strong and original, and it goes along nicely with all of her songs wither they are upbeat or mellow. She has also co-written quite a few of her songs. It is now one of my favorite albums and it is definitely a must for any of Demi's fans, who I'm sure will not be disappointed."