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Head Over Heels
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
The Former Laker Girl and American Idol Judge's Third and Final Studio Album for Virgin Records is an Overlooked Mature Work that Didn't Cut the Mustard at the Time of It's Release. However, Re-examination after her Appear... more »
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The Former Laker Girl and American Idol Judge's Third and Final Studio Album for Virgin Records is an Overlooked Mature Work that Didn't Cut the Mustard at the Time of It's Release. However, Re-examination after her Appearances on Television and Notoriety have Prompted Many to Re-evaluate and Find a Minor Pop Masterpiece that Reveals an Artist at the Height of her Powers.
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vitorules | easton, pa | 04/23/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"this album, i thought was the best she put out, dont get me wrong i love paula's music and everyone laughs at me, im sure im not the only one. i just love the more grown-up sound it vibes out to us. if virgin records would or gave the album it's credit, there would be four or five top ten singles..my love is for real it's real fresh nothing out there now could put that song to the test..crazy cool i thought was outstanding if it was released at a remix if i were your girl absoulty would made a great single.. i really do think that everyone has this impression that paula bombed out for four years and never gave her the credit she should get, maybe if her fans put out a voice the album could be remixed and be re-released and put her back on the charts were she belongs"
Not worthless, but no "Forever Your Girl" by a long shot
Glen Zimmerman | Lindenwold, New Jersey | 01/09/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Regardless of whether or not she can sing, it's hard not to like Paula's "Forever Your Girl" album, which is bursting with infectious energy and a carefree spirit. This album, on the other hand, does a much better job of demonstrating why some people have trouble giving her props as a true musician. Most of that bouncy, perky exuberance that makes FYG such a guilty pleasure is gone from this album, replaced with slower, lyrically shallow, and melodically redundant songs. Also, while it can be agreed that she may never have been a particularly talented singer, she still used her vocals to maximum effect on "Forever Your Girl." On this album, it sounds like she's not really trying very hard. Not that there aren't some fairly decent songs here. The opener "Crazy Cool," is kind of cool in it's own way, and "I Never Knew It" is a relatively good for a song not of Paula's signature stylings, "It's All About Feeling Good" is an OK if not great dance number, and "Missing You" is a pretty ballad, but in general, Paula was a much different and less appealing entertainer in 1995 than she was in 1988, and unless you're a die-hard Paula Abdul completist, there's really not much that you're missing here."
Hugo A. Plascencia | Cicero, IL | 08/07/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I enjoyed this album and I LOVE Paula and everything she does so I am giving the album 5 stars. That is my opinion please respect it. Of course its not as amazing as her two previous albums, which are true classics! However, I don't appreciate people bashing her and saying it's trash because it most certainly is NOT! Standout tracks include "Ain't Never Gonna Give You Up" and "It's All About Feeling Good" as well as the sexy, sultry song "My Love Is For Real" Enjoy! =}"