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Coast to Coast Enhanced, Import


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In the tradition of British and Irish boy bands like Take That and Boyzone comes Dublin's Westlife. The group's first single, 1999's "Flying Without Wings," entered the U.K. charts at number one, a feat they replicated with "Seasons in the Sun" and "Swear It Again" in 2000. Their self-titled debut album met with ... Read more in Amazon's Westlife Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 21, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: MSI:BMG/RCA
  • ASIN: B00005CD4C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #172,875 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. My Love (Radio Edit)
2. What Makes A Man
3. I Lay My Love On You (Single Re-Mix)
4. Against All Odds
5. When You're Looking At Me Like That (Single Re-Mix)
6. Close
7. Somebody Needs You
8. Angel's Wings
9. Soledad
10. Puzzle Of My Heart
11. Dreams Come True
12. No Place That Far
13. You Make Me Feel
14. Loneliness Knows Me By Name
15. Fragile Heart
16. Every Little Thing You Do
17. Uptown Girl (Radio Edit)
18. I Have A Dream (Remix)
19. My Girl

Editorial Reviews

The 2000 album from the Irish boy band sensations conquered Europe with this former No.1 LP. The first single 'My Love' helped Westlife tie a record with the Beatles for having 7 consecutive #1 hits in a row (in the UK)! This re-released version adds 3 tracks more than the original: 'Uptown Girl' (from a Comic Relief benefit single), 'I Have A Dream' and 'My Girl'.

Customer Reviews

Great vocals, lyrics, and instrumentals.
Jane Johnson
They have amazing lyrics and good songs to tag along with.
A Customer
Well Westlife's second album COAST TO COAST has it all.
"wildthing114"

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 1, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Westlife, with there second album has out done themselves! The melody and brilliant harmonies of the lads, is a testament to their vocal ability. With songs like Soledad, and Angel's Wings, they show how gifted they are. The song My Love, takes us deep into their appreciation and love of their home. The entire album is undeniably, brilliant. It's melodic, it has groove and soul and is obviously a result of hardworking and talent.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Adam on November 25, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Westlife's debut album was an international success. Fueled by the huge #1 singles "Swear It Again", "If I Let You Go", "Flying Without Wings", "I Have A Dream/Seasons In The Sun" and "Fool Again", the album will always remain a boy-band classic. Their follow-up CD "Coast To Coast" succesfully continues their magical formula of enchanting ballads. With the addition of numerous uptempo tracks, Westlife have expanded and improved upon their traditional sound. The massive hits "I Have A Dream", "Against All Odds (feat. Mariah Carey)" and "My Love' can all be found on this CD. Also, the upcoming christmas single "Angel's Wings" and uptempo future single "When You're Looking Like That" are featured.
The highlights of this album are some of the final tracks on this massive 19 track CD (there is an amazing bonus track, which brings the total songs up to 19). "Close Your Eyes", "Loneliness Knows Me By Name", "Every Little Thing You Do" and bonus track "Nothing Is Impossible" are the strongest tracks on the album. Overall, this is a classic album. I highly recommend it for any lover of quality pop music. Miles ahead of the Backstreet Boys or NSYNC. Enjoy!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "lizteeth" on July 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Although entertainment is seldom considered high art and pop culture occupies the lower end of the rung on the hierarchy, Westlife hailing from the pristine Ireland is nevertheless a group of talented vocal artists who steer popular music away from the heavily contamination of sex and violence.
Like many other who walked before them, Westlife is undoubtedly a boyband - they don't write their music, they are in a group of 5, they dress as if they just walked out of a catalogue. Although not as comely looking as boyband members would like to be (which is a possible cause for their unpopularity in the US), their vocal talent is real.
The songs themselves are nice, clean, and decent love songs. One can get a general feeling of what the songs are about just by glancing at the titles. The lyrics are remenicent of old school serenades that boys sing to the girls they admire in a appropriately passionate way. The melodies, like the lyrics, are nothing profound but are pleasing. Most of them are slow to moderate tempo - not so much of the upbeat-pop-song style - like good old love songs should be.
This is their sophomore album. Like their debut album, Coast to Coast is a collection of songs one would enjoy listening to in the car or singing along to while alone. This albuem, however, marks a small leap to maturity. I consider there to be more melodic variations than in the first album. Some of the lyrics can also be interpreted to encompass beyond romantic love but greater affection of other existence as well. Not to mention this album has 4 oldies covers. Against all Odds, Uptown Girl, I have a dream, and My Girl. All are suitably chosen to fit the overall theme of the album.
For people who liked their debut album, this is not an album to miss. For those who are not familiar with Westlife, this album is also a good place to start experiencing a more traditional side of popular boyband music.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 22, 2002
Format: Audio CD
The USA is definately missing out on something here. In a music stream of talentless pop acts who are famous based solely on looks, Westlife surprisingly stands out.
They are the perfect formula for any boyband, pop music with 5 guys who dance and basically don't write a lot of their own music. But in a world full of NSync's and Backstreet Boys's, I actually admit to liking Westlife.
They have amazing lyrics and good songs to tag along with. From the emotional "Soledad" one of my personal favorites to the upbeat "When You're Looking Like That" - little, if any of the songs are skippable. This CD has more of a variety than their debut, which supplied mainly with ballads. Now we have the nice ballads that have given Westlife their trademark - "What Makes A Man", "Close", "Every Little Thing You Do", "No Place that Far" but also room for inprovement in uptempo beats - "When You're Looking Like That", "I Lay My Love On You"
This CD definately needs recogniztion. If not for the song writing or instrumental talent, then for the vocals. The USA is really missing out on one heck of a good CD.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jessie Witt on July 16, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I thought that westlife were a very talented group of young men. They sing many sweet songs and do a great job with every one of them. They are one of my favorite pop bands out there because they are a little more creative then some of those other backstreet boy copiers out there. They have there own songs which stand out from o-town and 98 degrees. These guys have their own melody and there own rythm. Keep it up westlife. It is to bad not more people in the usa have heard about these guys and bought their cds.There is nothing more I can say
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