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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Universal/Mca
  • ASIN: B00004TXR0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,357,276 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Lazy Days
2. Charm Attack
3. Chase
4. Lonely Boy
5. Anything
6. Chosen Family
7. Comatised
8. All I Want
9. Northern Star
10. Earthquake
11. New York Baby
12. Paper Thin
13. Tmoon And I & New York Baby(Ghost )

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Japanese Version featuring a Bonus Track.

Customer Reviews

The album is worth listening to from start to finish.
Sandra M Preston
Her show was unbelievable; her unique voice combined with her genuinely sincere disposition on stage made for an unforgetable experience.
William Paisley
I waited anxiously for the release of this album after hearing a few live on-air radio performances.
"yarbles"

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jordan on June 9, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I was worried when buying this album (after seeing the "Charm Attack" video and thinking "She looks cool") that the single would be the only striking, standout track on the album. It isn't. "Lazy Days" is one of the best vocal performances I've ever heard as her voice moves from quiet at the beginning of the song to a climactic final note at the end of the bridge. This is the albums best track. I also enjoyed "Northern Star" and "Comatised" on first listen. I have come to appreciate much of the rest of the album, but it doesn't quite reach the highest rating. I think the album's weakness lies only in Leona's lack of songwriting maturity, something that I'm sure will develop because of the promise shown on the album's best songs. This is a spectacular debut and I can't wait for more from Leona Naess.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mr. B. G. Fowler on February 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Stepdaughter to Diana Ross, strikingly attractive and New York-based Leona Naess almost seems like she should be successful on these credentials alone. Surprisingly though there's very little hype at all about the talented British singer-songwriter, something that comes as even more of a surprise when she turns out to be actually very good indeed. She may have the credentials to be cool, the new next-big-thing, but the fact that she actually pulls it off is what makes Comatised so good. Elements of several other artists abound here, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Beth Orton is the name that springs most frequently to mind, with inflections of Tori Amos in the style of music if not in the lyrics.
Gentle guitar and piano driven pop seems to be the order of the day, urged on by gorgeous vocals. Wisely Naess doesn't go for an all-out laid-back, spacey album, something that she's clearly capable of given the fragility of tracks such as Lazy Days. Instead she tries her hand at a little variety on the album's best track Charm Attack, one of those songs that you feel you should have heard before because it hits you so instantly. There are also gentle rock and roll elements on Anything, neither of which diverge from the general mood of the album or feel out of place. This is the kind of music where a great deal of its appeal is to be found in the vocals, which are admitedly beautiful and on tracks such as the appropriately named Paper Thin, have the same effect that Sarah McLachlan's voice had on Fear.
Of course like any young singer trying to find her feet there is the odd clunky lyric and trip up, especially on the overly sentimental Chosen Family.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By "de_maestro" on May 2, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I remember a few months back, I first heard that single on the radio, and I could'nt help but think to myself on how much I started to adore that song. After hearing it, all I wanted was the album,But I was afraid that it was going to be one of those affairs where the only good song is the one you bought it for. But I relented, and bought the cd anyway, because not only does she have the face of an angel, but the price was right.
Man, get ready to be blown away. Charm Attack moved to the back of the list, because I couldn't get enough of "Lazy Days", the opening track to album. Put it on in the dark, lay back, and just listen. Do you hear it? It's magical. The swirling background voices, the gentle beat, and Leona's angelical moan. I was hooked. She put alot of effort into this album, and it shows. But it is up to people to give it a chance. Don't worry about Fiona, Dido, Jewel, or Tori. Leona is Leona. That's good enough for me.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By E. Kutinsky on May 21, 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I started with Leona Naess's later, "more mature" works and worked backwards to this one, and as it turns out, this one is her best record. Her third, Leona Naess, was sweet enough, but what that one doesn't have that this one abounds in is a sense of fun, a playfulness about her lyrics and songs that gets bogged down on later releases. "Anything" is the most propulsive thing she's ever done, the single "Charm Attack" is exactly what the title says it is, and her ballads "Lazy Days," "Paper Thin," and "Northern Star" are beautifully sung. Naess isn't a terrific artist, she's not the best lyricist out there, and she's certainly not reinventing the wheel on this record, but there's a pop energy that's unmistakable to her, and Comatised is the best display of that.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By William Paisley on March 10, 2002
Format: Audio CD
As the music industry tries, unsuccessfully, to replicate the mediocre acts that represent everything bland and safe about commercial music, some musicians seem to succeed at creating wonderful music anyway. Leona Naess' Comatized is an indication that there are some really talented "20 something" songwriters out there.
I caught her live show when she was opening up for Ryan Adams and was compelled to run to the store and purchase her albums as soon as possible. Her show was unbelievable; her unique voice combined with her genuinely sincere disposition on stage made for an unforgetable experience.
Leona Naess is a great singer/songwriter. This CD is in my CD player 95% of the time: I am really hooked on several of these songs.
Leona, along with several other young singer/songwriters, is a refreshing change to the mainstream music scene right now. The future looks bright.
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