The Single Mix is brilliantly done with what seems to me that Charlotte has re-recorded more vocals for it. The sultry, dancey-type of ballad song can be heard from this and certainly one of the highlights from the album.
Having bought the album this was one of many stand out tracks, also next favourites are the previous singles. The video is also great, the viudeo is fantastic, the beat is catchy, and the lyrics are catchy all in all a perfect formula for a perfect single! I cannot wait for her upcoming album!
The video for the single is absolutely hilarious and great! Am PCD This song reminds me of a friend of mind the titlebut this song is certainly not about him! The track features Will. Am from BEPs fame. Very catchy and should perform so much better than 'These Boots are Made for Walkin''. Also go buy this very understated album! However where is Heidi in this song?? More Sugababes News - Updated! Now you probably did expect me to return to the wonderful subject of the Sugababes!
The cat-walk maybe a rather unoriginal kind of concept but it's wonderfully done here! From Heidi swinging on a hoop and kicking with her JimmyChoos to It Aint Easy - Sugababes - Taller In More Ways (CD amazing Red Dresses the group wear. The screen changes are brilliantly done, although a little repetative in some places.
The homage to the Pretty Polly photoshoot can also be seen in it! I was waiting for a fun dance routine, but then again the Sugababes don't do Album) routines. And there is the slight ommision of men in the video, but they certainly are cooler than their Red Dresses!
I'm so The Amazon tracklist see previous post doesnt include "Better". I think I'll just have to wait for the actual CD to come out HMV Version: 1. Push the Button 2. Gotta Be You [Amelle Mix] 3. Follow Me Home [Amelle Mix] It Aint Easy - Sugababes - Taller In More Ways (CD. Joy Division 5.
Red Dress 6. Joy Division 7. Ugly 8. It Ain't Easy 9. Bruised Ace Reject Better Push The Button [Amelle Vocals] 2. Gotta Be You [Amelle Vocals] 3. Follow Me Home [Amelle Vocals] 4. Red Dress [Amelle Vocals] 6. Ugly [Amelle Vocals] 7. It Ain't Easy 8. Using a beefed-up arrangement of Numan's robotic new-wave tune, the Sugababes lift Howard's forthright lyrics -- somewhat sheepishly, the "pump pump" that precedes "all through the night" is subsumed in the mix -- and weave the two elements together for a powerful and immensely catchy opening to the album.
At no point during the remainder of the first half does the album lose steam. The verses of "Blue" are backed by jutting electronic beats that stutter and twist, while the chorus unwraps a tempo shift carrying an unexpectedly strummy quality.
Apart from a couple bum moments during the second half of the album -- see "Shape," a misguided re-configuration of Sting's "Shape of My Heart," replete with a literally patched-on appearance from the man himself -- this is a pop album that offers much more depth and excitement beyond the singles.
One Touch. Less sculpted than Steps, not as gaudy as Destiny's Child, and, if you can believe it, far more of an awkward, provocative outfit than just about any logical peer, the Sugababes didn't so much usher in the suffused post-millennium market for myopic pop as give it a much-needed kiss of nubile soul. Clearly year-olds Keisha Buchanan, Siobhan Donaghy, and Mutya Buena have been weaned on Madonna and Aaliyah records, taking from them their feminist assurance and passion, but they remind us of a valuable lesson -- if you're going to hew melodious, structurally accessible songs out of cold dub and rock, it really helps to use actual feeling and sincerity, and hang on to every shaky personal trait that got you there in the first place.
From the Reebok Matterhorn-rumble of "Overload" to the petal-plucking Bangles cheval glass of "Soul Sound" and on to the nocturnal, string-doused pop-wonderland-with-trenchant-garage-middle-bit that's "Run for Cover," the jitters of youth are here though tempered by shrewd ambition and a clever and unpredictable production aesthetic. As alarmingly undeveloped LPs go, One Touch is everything a post-Spice Girls teen pop debut should be -- discreet, adolescent, and as unstudied as a late-night phone call about boys.
Download not available During the seven-year span covered on Overloaded, Sugababes released four albums and 16 singles, while they lost -- and replaced -- two members. Twelve of those singles, in addition to a pair of new songs, make up the disc. It's an ideal introduction to the group since its four omissions three of which made up their formative debut were the four lowest-performing chart-wise, and it just so happens that they were also the least memorable of the bunch. Each of the 12 songs that form the basis of the disc placed in the U.
Unfortunately, despite their tremendous amount of appeal and popularity across Europe, they've never been given much of a chance in the States. A domestic issue of Three was planned and then scrapped, though "Hole in the Head" and "Round Round" did impact the dance charts. Taller In More Ways. Sugababes were one of the most consistently successful British pop acts of the s, with an unparalleled string of innovative Top Ten singles and solid if not faultless full-lengths. Their fourth, the awkwardly named Taller in More Ways, was no exception -- indeed it was their first album to hit number one, and among their strongest.
As usual, the singles tend to shine the brightest, but there are only a handful of truly lesser tracks scattered among the state-of-the-art dancefloor stompers and towering ballads. The simple yet effective electro-pop club ditty "Push the Button" was the first single and it topped the charts as handily as its predecessors hadbut even better in that category is the monstrously funky "Red Dress," a Xenomania track reminiscent of their frisky Girls Aloud productions, that makes excellent use of a rejiggered horn section sampled from a '60s Northern soul cut "Landslide" by Tony Clarke.
In the latter column, both "Follow Me Home" and "Ugly" are aptly pitched inspirational mini-epics dealing, respectively, with romantic and body-image issues even if "we only get judged by what we do" sounds like rather wishful thinking, the 'Babes make you believe it. And it gets deeper than that, in several ways: the breezy, ska-punk-tinged "Joy Division" which has nothing to do with that band, musically or lyrically ; the sugary synth pop of "Obsession" a cover of '80s new wavers Animotion ; the intoxicating, hard-hitting "It Ain't Easy," which pits a menacingly swung, twangy guitar riff -- lifted so blatantly from Depeche Mode's "Personal Jesus," it's a wonder Martin Gore doesn't get a writing credit -- against a martial strut and agitated double-time group vocals.
Meanwhile, the final three cuts fail to leave much of an impression -- there's nothing like "Maya," the haunting closer on Three. Even so, the overall quality of the material, the production, and of course Sugababes' trademark vocal work -- subtly satisfying without being showy -- are enough to make this another winner from one of the winningest and most winsome pop groups going.
New Year. Catfights And Spotlights. Thirteen months before the launch of their sixth studio album, the Sugababes saw monumental success with their fifth release, Change, and its lead single "About You Now. Change was the group's most accessible radio-friendly release to date, which is why it seems more odd that their sixth release would be so much the opposite. Buster Colder In The Rain Chemistry by Girls Aloud is another. Never Again should never have been the opening track or single for that matter.
One Minute 2. Hole 3. Judas 4. Sober 5. Never Again 6. Maybe 7. How I Feel 8. Don't Waste Your Time 9. Be Still Not Today Yeah Can I Have A Kiss ShockboxApr 20, Kelly - My December 1. I will think about this and make a proper one tomorrow but I just had to chip in with that!
DazzleApr 20, I don't listen to it in that order but I do think it flows better that way. I like to listen to albums in the way they were meant to, but after a while I like to change it up.
I change albums all the time I've spent so many hours trying It Aint Easy - Sugababes - Taller In More Ways (CD make Kylie's, Girls Aloud's and Sugababes' albums perfect for me. I even make my own album art if I'm in the mood SloMoverApr 20, Blackout, It Aint Easy - Sugababes - Taller In More Ways (CD by me: 1.
Gimme More Trouble 2. Piece of Me 3. Radar It Aint Easy - Sugababes - Taller In More Ways (CD Version 4. Break The Ice Nevins Remix 5. Heaven On Earth 6. Everbody 7. Get Naked 8. Freakshow 9. Toy Soldier Hot As Ice Ooh Ooh Baby Perfect Lover AudioScienceApr 20, GimmeWork likes this. I gave Chemistry some thought. Intro 2. Models 3.
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