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So this is the bit where the pop singer says how great it is to be free of the band that made them famous. They explain how liberating it is to leave pop behind. Songwriting, the pop singer announces, has been like therapy. They have found out who they really are.

Well, Nicola Roberts has not left Girls Aloud. Nor has she turned her back on pop. And, she adds, the process of writing and ... Read more in Amazon's Nicola Roberts Store

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  • Audio CD (October 4, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Polydor UK
  • ASIN: B0050OIBJI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #154,541 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Beat of My Drum
2. Lucky Day
3. Yo-Yo
4. Cinderella's Eyes
5. Porcelain Heart
6. I
7. Everbody's Got To Learn Sometime
8. Say It Out Loud
9. Gladiator
10. Fish Out of Water
11. Take a Bite
12. Sticks + Stones

Editorial Reviews

2011 solo album from the Girls Aloud member. In putting together the album, Roberts teamed up with a stellar list of producers and has co-writing credits on all but one of the songs. Collaborators include Dimitri Tikovoi (Placebo, Sophie Ellis Bextor), Maya Von Doll (Sohodolls) Diplo, Metronomy, Dragonette and Invisible Men. The results being a cutting edge Electro Pop album and quiet different from her pop background in Girls Aloud. A&M.

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Weird in all the good ways.
Falsetto Prophet
If you're a pop fan, this album is a must in your collection!
Benja Del Valle
Every song is different and great in its own way.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Falsetto Prophet on October 12, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I'll admit it - since discovering Girls Aloud last year and tracking down every album, b-side and remix CD I could get my hands on, Nicola was the "Girl" I paid the least attention to. After the release of Cinderella Eyes, I am now firmly on Team Ginge.

When Cheryl Cole released the freaky masterpiece "3 Words" with will.i.am, I thought she was going to evolve into a true artist instead of a celebrity with pop product to sell. Well, most of the singles that have followed truly underwhelmed. Nadine Coyle signed an exclusive deal with Tesco which made her dazzling album impossible to get in the States (I eventually did, get the CD - the artwork is fabulous). Thankfully, Nicola makes it much easier to buy even though it is tragically not available domestically (hint - order from Amazon's UK partner and save a boatload of coin, mine was less than 15 US clams - delivered).

Let's get down to business - Nicola aligned herself with M.I.A.'s former partner in crime, Diplo and some similarly minded geniuses I am not too familiar with. The result is a ton of insanely addictive singles. Freaky beats. Skittering asides. Monster hooks. Weird in all the good ways. Nicola's voice is one of those love it or hate it affairs - a bit shrill at times - but I adore it. She packs punch, sass and attitude into every line she utters.

Not every track is a masterpiece - but the weak links are still better than most everything on American pop radio these days. Perhaps the US edition (please, please, I will buy it again) will include the b-sides "Fix Me" "Disco, Blisters and a Comedown" and "Dance in the Rain" all of which are as good, if not better, than anything on the album.

Hearing this, I am less concerned with a Girls Aloud reunion - so long as Nicola keeps her mojo flowing, the pop world will be just fine.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By thenamegame on December 13, 2011
Format: Audio CD
This is an amazing and surprising album that Nicola Roberts has released during Girls Aloud's hiatus for individual projects. The sound is far from the pop-infused tracks like "Something Kinda Ooooh", "Call The Shots", or "The Loving Kind" from the Girls Aloud repertoire. Nicola sings her heart out in every track while keeping it edgy, exciting, ambitious and personal that anyone would love and relate to. She keeps it sassy with her powerful range and vocals, grabs you with tantalizing beats and catchy lyrics, and the tracks are driven through a Electro-Dance sound with a touch of Soul without being too sugary sweet on the ballads. I especially love her cover of The Korgis' "Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime", a long-forgotten hit back in 1980 in the UK. "Cinderella's Eyes" is the type of album that you grow to love more each time you hear it and Nicola deserves a lot of respect and recognition for being truly fresh that is worthy of a breakthrough in the US than just the UK. She has co-written every track except for The Korgis cover and the album really reflects her journey as a singer and her struggles with her personal image in the media. Nicola is absolutely stunning inside and out and she is currently working on her second album! Tracks I highly recommend are "Beat Of My Drum" (fun, fast-paced, and catchy), "Lucky Day" (a steady driving pop track that's perfectly sassy), "Yo-Yo" (a bit of a ballad that has the same sass as "Lucky Day" but speaks about the tease of love), "Porcelain Heart" (which starts off with tinkles of a music box and builds up with trance/techno beats with a honest aspect into the negativity and pain she's personally experienced), "Fish Out Of Water" (which kind of sounds like late 80s New Wave but very similar to Fergie's song "Glamorous"), and yes, if you can purchase the single CDs for "Beat Of My Drum" and "Lucky Day" with B-Sides like "Disco, Blisters & A Comedown" and "Dance In The Rain", they are definitely worth listening to.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Benja Del Valle on October 8, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I've been a pop fan since ages. Nowadays, it's difficult that a new artist draws my attention. I am also not very fond of Girls Aloud. I have listened to all their solo albums, and they seemed quite dull and repetitive. I had no much hope when this one was released...

I would dare say that Cinderella's Eyes is THE pop album of 2011. Nicola has showed all her talent and sublime voice in her songs. The lyrics are also very emotional and personal. If you're a pop fan, this album is a must in your collection!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rick on October 6, 2011
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I have been a big fan of Girls Aloud for years and have bought all of their solo albums so far, but this one is an absolute standout. Cinderella's Eyes is one of those rare gems that won't nearly get the ammount of attention it deserves as Nicola Roberts has always been one of the most underrated members of Girls Aloud. I've always been aware of her immense talent, but this album just proves it further. If you only buy one CD this year, buy this one. You won't regret it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Crazywryter on January 6, 2012
Format: Audio CD
I must agree. I love Girls Aloud and have stayed on top of their music along with all the American artist as best I can from down here in the Gulf Coast. When they went on hiatus and a few of the girls stepped out to do their own thing, I was a little surprised by Nicola Roberts working on an album. What started out as surprise quickly turned to anticipation followed by great delight with the release of Cinderella's Eyes. Nowadays, it is very hard to get hooked into music when you hear it at first. Not like say in the 90s or even the early 2000s. You have to get accustomed to listening to it. Cinderella's Eyes does not make me want to wait. It makes me want to get up and dance and sing along with Nicola. She even gives it a bit of sing-talk which is becoming popular lately. To describe the sound, I would say it's like 50s indie-electro pop, if that makes sense. There are very few songs that I'm not really into listening to on the album (this is typical of any album regardless of who it is). I will say that a few of my favourite songs on the album are 'Take a Bite," "I," "Sticks + Stones," and of course the singles out now and the title track. Nicola and the makers of Cinderella's Eyes did a smashing job on this one and I totally look forward to hearing more from Nicola.
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