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  • Audio CD (July 9, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Interscope
  • ASIN: B00D3HYLP2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,707 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2013 release, the sophomore album from the singer/songwriter. The album's production was primarily handled by Alex da Kid and J.R. Rotem along with being executive produced by Eminem. Guest appearances on the album include Big Sean, Eminem, Travis Barker and Angel Haze.

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She truly has an amazing and beautiful voice.
Megan Young
She has a great voice, tends to play well into emotions in lyrics, and the overall atmosphere of her music is well matched.
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I thoroughly enjoy this entire album and would definitely recommend it!
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46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Madeline on July 9, 2013
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I first became aware of Skylar Grey through my middle school obsession with all things related to Linkin Park. When Mike dropped "Where'd You Go," I immediately looked up who sang the haunting chorus and discovered the slightly gothic and intriguing voice of Holly Brook. I listened to her solo debut album a few times ("Like Blood, Like Honey"), but ultimately didn't get into it. It was just a little one note for me, but over the years Holly went through some major life changes--the least of which was changing her professional name to Skylar Grey, living in a remote Oregon cabin for a year, and starting to write with Alex Da Kid.

With Alex producing, Skylar wrote one of the biggest and most influential songs of the past decade--"Love the Way You Lie" as well as wrote and sang the hooks on other massive songs like "Words I Never Said" (Lupe), "Coming Home" (Diddy), and "I Need a Doctor" (Dre). When one listens to Skylar's original demos of these songs especially "Love the Way You Lie," there's just this tearing sadness and brutal vulnerability that demonstrates her incredible skill as both a songwriter as well as showcases her quiet yet unique and pitch perfect voice.

With this new album, I was really hoping that Skylar would really be able to be confident enough to push herself musically, yet be willing to reveal herself lyrically---and she kind of succeeds in this aspect. There is a subtle range between more hip hop influenced songs (the excellent "S***, Man!") to a darker more hypnotic pop ("Final Warning"). The piano driven "White Suburban" is pretty reminiscent of early Holly Brook though, and is actually one of the album standouts.

Unfortunately, I think this album suffered from being put on shelf for too long though, and then got re-worked too many times.
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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Brianna H on July 11, 2013
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It feels like I've been waiting forever for this album and it truly doesn't disappoint.

This is my favorite album so far this year!

Back From The Dead 5/5 The beat in this song is so catchy!

Final Warning 5/5 I've been listening to this song on repeat since it was released as a single. It's a darker song.

Wear Me Out 5/5 Her voice sounds lower in this song and it sounds amazing!

Religion 5/5 This may be my favorite song on the album. The message is touching.

C'Mon Let Me Ride 3/5 I wasn't a big fan of this when it was released. It's basically her radio song. But it is catchy.

Sunshine 5/5 This is another highlight song for me. Basically telling you to think positive. Such a great message

Pulse 4/5 This is one isn't special to me, but it's still a great song.

Glow In The Dark 4/5 This is a little bit slower, but still great.

S***, Man 5/5 I feel like there are a lot of people who can relate to this song, and even if you can't, you understand it.

Clear Blue Sky 5/5 This is another beautiful one. Who am I kidding? They are all. But this one is so good!

Tower (Don't Look Down) 5/5 Another one that's a tad slower, but so good.

White Suburban 5/5 This is the slowest song on the album, but it's absolutely beautiful and a little heartbreaking.

iTunes Extra Songs:

Love The Way You Lie pt 3 5/5 I've been listening to this one for 2 years, but her original version is by far my favorite. This is her song. There is no doubt about it.

Ticking Time Bomb 5/5 I absolutely love this song. Catchy and Beautiful all wrapped up together.

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Weirdo 5/5 This is a fun song to me and I love it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth A Smith on January 23, 2015
Format: Audio CD
Everything this very talented lady touches turns to gold, as far as I can tell. Every song on this CD is well produced, well written, well sung, well played and overall, exemplary. I love every note. The songs are insightful and a dark, but very, very good. I get the impression, not knowing Holly/Skylar at all personally, that she has some very deep and disturbing events in her past. She writes from a very dark place, with the emotions just at the surface (listen to Ticking Time Bomb, for instance). This is pop music at its best. The hip-hop integration she uses has actually managed to make me like hip-hop, which I didn't like before this CD.

It is a modern masterpiece as far as I can tell. Easily one of the best rock/pop CDs I have heard in years. The talent presented is nothing short of amazing. It really makes you wonder why Skylar isn't bigger than she is. Her collaborators certainly give her much deserved credit.

Great job, Skylar. Keep it up. I am looking forward to the next CD.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dice on January 22, 2014
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I, like many others, first heard of Skylar Grey as Holly Brook, so that is why I purchased this CD.

At first, I was a little skeptical of the album in general. When an artist sits off the shelf, and comes back with a totally new image and style, it usually fails. I wouldn't call this album a fail at all. This is a great album. The musical aspect as well as lyrics it exceptional. "Back from the Dead" is a good song to start the album with. All of the songs follow well and the tracks play well together. You have some variations from a pop sound, to a taste of hip-hop, and then finish off with "White Suburban" which reminds me of the tracks on "Like Blood, Like Honey."

Overall, this is a great album, and a very successful re-image of an artist. I would have to say that Skylar Grey has did what is typically impossible and literally came back from the dead. I'm looking to new work from her.
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