Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Country, Pop
LeAnn steps into a new Pop dimension with songs produced by such luminaries as Desmond Child (Life Goes On), Peter Amato (of Baha Men fame) and Gregg Pagani (Canada's #LW). Includes the hit single 'Life Goes On'. Curb Re... more »
LeAnn steps into a new Pop dimension with songs produced by such luminaries as Desmond Child (Life Goes On), Peter Amato (of Baha Men fame) and Gregg Pagani (Canada's #LW). Includes the hit single 'Life Goes On'. Curb Records. 2002.
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Byron L. Scott | 08/29/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this album the day that it was released in 2002. I think the album is definitely full of hits and wonderful music. People tend to put artists in a box and that has happened here. Country will never, for some reason, let go of LeAnn Rimes. To that end, Pop audiences will never fully warm up to her. She has had many pop hits and lots of her country hits could be pop hits as well. Anyway, off my soapbox, this album is my favorite LeAnn Rimes album from beginning to end. It's wonderful. I wish more videos were made and singles were released. This album is the best."
A Really Good Pop Album
ACSMOM | Thurmont, MD USA | 04/21/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"LeAnn is the artist that got me into Country Music from her song "Blue" on her Debut album. I have followed her career ever since. When this album came out I was so excited to here "pop" from her. Her previous "Country" albums, after her debut album, I honestly didn't care for. Yet I still bought them because each time one came out I was hoping for the sparkle again. To me her previous albums had maybe one or two good songs on the CDs and the rest were fillers. So when this CD came out, I couldn't wait. I loved the songs. Her voice, production of songs, etc, I thought this was going be the album to blast her off to Pop Stardom. This of course didn't. But there are still good songs on here: Life Goes On, Wound Up, Trouble With Goodbye, Twisted Angel. I thought the lyrics were poignant (according to the booklet she wrote or co-wrote these songs) and maybe autobiographic. I'm not sure why there was such a back lash against her when this album came out. I would rather an artist experiment with different genres (or style of music) which makes them grow as an artist, plus who wants to buy the same sounding CD over and over again. To me that shows no growth professionally. I love her voice. That's probably the only reason why I kept buying her albums. There are only a couple that I still listen to: Twisted Angel, This Woman, Blue & her Greatest Hits. All the others are forgotten."