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Don't Forget

September 23, 2008 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: September 23, 2008
  • Release Date: September 23, 2008
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2008 Hollywood Records, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 37:39
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  • ASIN: B001GDUC4E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,594 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Angelica Farol on September 23, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I don't think anyone really expected much of this 16 year old girl when they heard she was going to be side by side with the Jonas Brothers for the huge Disney success, Camp Rock. Boy, were those people proven wrong.

Quite personally, I've found most Disney stars entertaining, but never vocally talented. Demi took the stereotype of Disney stars and literally smashed it.

With her extremely mature debut album, Demi Lovato has exemplified that talent runs in all ages. Even more impressive? She co-wrote most of the album, except for two, "Until You're Mine" and "The Middle".

Although most of the tracks were co-written with teen bombshells Jonas Brothers, one of the most ear pleasing tracks is one she wrote by herself entitled "Trainwreck". All the uptempo songs have a unique sense of fun, and each ballad is filled with heartfelt and personal lyrics. In the title track, "Don't Forget", you can cut the emotional tension with a knife.

The boys also come in for a great duet, which pretty much laid out every teenage breakup in a matter of 3 minutes and 26 seconds.

My personal favorites? Trainwreck, La La Land, On The Line, and Until You're Mine. =]

I suggest you try this album out, especially if you're a Disney fan. It will definitely redefine how you view "Disney stars".
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By N. Bowman on April 23, 2009
Format: Audio CD
So, I felt a little weird buying this cd because I felt like I was too old to be listening to her (I'm 23). But... I really liked 'La La Land' so I went for it. First of all, her voice is really good. She doesn't really sound like anyone else out there that I have heard. Her voice is very distinguishable if you hear it. I should also say here that I am not a fan of Miley Cyrus or the Jonas Brothers.
So, here's my breakdown of each song:

1. La La Land - The reason I even bought the cd. I listened to some samples online after hearing this song and decided to be open-minded. Very fun, catchy song. Her voice is awesome. This is one of my favorites--just like the beat and how she sings the song.

2. Get Back - A song about wanting to be with someone when you're not. A universal theme if you ask me. She kind of sings the chorus in the way that Kelly Clarkson sings hers--with a lot of emotion and really kind of belts it. Good song.

3. Trainwreck - A song she wrote on her own (she co-wrote most of them). About a guy who is, as the title says, a trainwreck. But that is part of the appeal in him and why she loves him, flaws and all. Another good song.

4. Party - Has a pop-rock beat to it, and she sings appropriately here. Just a fun song, suitable for summer. Her voice sounds really good.

5. On the Line - This song features one of the Jonas Brothers, which it would be better without him. She sounds good, and the song really would be much better without him (in my opinion). About having a fight or breaking up and not wanting to take blame at the time, but feeling bad about it later.

6. Don't Forget - This song has a very vulnerable sound to it, especially the beginning. This song is about being forgotten and having your heart broken.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By LT on December 13, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I'll just come straight out and say that I'm a tried and true Jonas Brothers fan. I'm absolutely, positively in love with their music. I'm one of those screaming teenage girls that stands out in the summer heat, rain, or snow to see them play; the ones on TV that people laugh at because of their intense dedication. I've seen them six times, and three of those times, a 16 year old girl named Demi Lovato opened. Going to my first Burning Up show, I'll have to admit I was a bit skeptical of her. I had seen her in Camp Rock only a few days before (which I'll admit wasn't the greatest) and I didn't really know what to expect. I wondered what exactly she was going to sing besides her songs from Camp Rock. I thought she was going to be just another sickly sweet, sugar tart popstar that Disney concoted in their popstar machine. Boy, was I wrong. When she came out on stage, her stage presence and powerful music were endearing. She strutted around the stage singing her rock driven compositions with the poise and grace of someone who had been doing it for years. A couple months later, her album came out. I bought it the day it came out and was immediately hooked.

Demi Lovato may be sweet, but her songs are more driven by her individual human emotions than any other of her counterparts right now (Miley Cyrus, The Cheetah Girls, etc.). She's not afraid to talk about being heartbroken and talk about human relationships. While some of her songs are more on the pop side (probably to appease Disney), the rock edge is undeniable on most tracks. Her songs are universal. Pre-teens will love them and older people can relate to them. It's almost impossible to pick your favorite track off this album. It's one of those rare ones that you can listen to all the way through and not be bored. I love Demi.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By I Might Even Be a Rockstar on September 26, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Former side-kick turned songstress, Demi Lovato started her Disney channel career as nothing more then Salina Gomez's best friend for life; but thanks to the success of camp rock and a collaboration with the Jonas Brothers this 16-year-old is on her way to being the next big princess of pop.

This might come as a shock-and-awe to fans of Disney's current pop maven Miley Cyrus, but truth be told Demi bolts out catchy, youth inspired tunes better then her Hannah Montana counter part and as an added bonus she dose all this without the country twang.

The album opens with a sugar and spice coated gum drop entitled "La La Land," and continues to amaze with rock induced "Trainwreck," which propels Demi's vocals into mysterious quasi-alt territory. Jonas sibs Nick and Joe (who co-wrote the album with Demi) croon on, "On the Line," giving the song that Camp Rock final jam appeal. While bouncy, well paced, boy inspired songs such as "Don't forget," (the song that shares the albums title), "Gonna Get Caught," and "The Middle," have the potential to bandage broken hearts of tween girls everywhere. And if that's not enough the finale song "Believe In Me," brings the album home with an inspirational ballad on just being yourself at the end of the day that will reassure the Mitchie Torres in all of us.

So in short if you're a Miley fan you'll love or hate Demi even more because "Don't Forget," is a bubblegum contender guaranteed to dethrone any similar sounding musical mogul, who is delusional enough in thinking that she still has a chance in the Magic Kingdom of holding on to her tween-pop-star crown and microphone scepter.
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