Here We Go Again

July 21, 2009 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: July 21, 2009
  • Release Date: July 21, 2009
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2009 Hollywood Records, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 46:49
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  • ASIN: B002GPNQXU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,607 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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It's a really good song.
BJay
If your a lovatic and love Demi Lovato's music I recommended you to get this!
Marylou
Anywho, sorry for the rambling, BUY THE CD BECAUSE IT'S WORTH IT!!!!!!!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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When I first listened to "Here We Go Again", the first single off her second album of the same title, I pretty much felt that we have seen this Disney-driven actress/singer blossom to a talented musical artist.

It's one thing to see Demi Lovato shine on "Camp Rock" and her debut album "Don't Forget" but the singer has said that this album is "more me" and that includes a sound that incorporates a Jonas Brothers and John Mayer sound.

Inspired by John Mayer, The Jonas Brothers and Jon McLaughlin, Lovato has collaborated with these talents and the end result is a fantastic sophomore album that easily eclipses her debut album in musical production but also vocally.

It's one thing to have a solid track "Here We Go Again" but she continues that rock/pop excitement with tracks such as "Solo", "Got Dynamite" and "Everything You're Not".

But she shines in tracks such as her acoustic guitar track "Catch Me" which she solely wrote, shines in the John Mayer collaboration with "World of Chances", the upbeat "Stop the World" track which she wrote with Jonas Brothers Nick Jonas and "Falling Over Me" which she collaborated with Jon McLaughlin.

Overall, Lovato has distanced herself from other Disney talent turned music artists with her latest album "Here We Go Again". She can act but she can also sing and she has positioned herself to become one of the prominent young singers in the musical scene today.

This album is definitely recommended!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Dana E. McIntyre on February 19, 2010
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Believe it or not, I'm a 39-year-old male who has come to like 17-year-old actress/singer Demi Lovato. I say again! I'm a guy on the doorstep of 40 and I actually like both of her records! Her 2007 debut, "Don't Forget", was a very enjoyable pop/rock record that showed a sense of Adult Contemporary maturity that is lacking in the sound quality of her Disney Channel counterparts such as Miley Cyrus (although I do enjoy some of her songs), her real-life BFF Selena Gomez, and Ashley Tisdale. Let it also be known that in terms of vocal talent, Lovato appears to be the best among the four.

On her second effort, 2009's "Here We Go Again", she continues to expand on her ever-growing maturity in terms of sound and production. The songwriting is simple but effective, which gives it that unique balance of being a record that your young daughter would sing along to, but you'll find yourself dancing along with. With remarkably catchy songs that highlight her apparent four-octave range (?), both of her albums appear to be a hybrid of Tween Pop sensitivity & Adult Contemporary maturity.

Clocking in at just over 46 minutes over 14 tracks, the album's opener, the title track, is a rockin' cut that could've done without the final cymbal crash at the very end. "Solo", "U Got Nothin' On Me", "Everything You're Not", & "World Of Chances" are solid, thoroughly enjoyable tracks that are just comfortable to hear. "Catch Me" & "Gift Of A Friend" are outstanding slow ballads, but "Everytime You Lie" is the standout song here, a wonderful slice of R&B/Jazz-tinged pop that could be easily used in a party/club scene in a TV series like "Melrose Place", "90210", or the now-departed "The O.C.".
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Philly Farmgirl on July 21, 2009
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In her second Album Demi explores a lot of different music styles. Her rock is still intact, but she has a lot of nice slow pieces like "A world of chances." and "falling over me." Her voice is very strong and original, and it goes along nicely with all of her songs wither they are upbeat or mellow. She has also co-written quite a few of her songs. It is now one of my favorite albums and it is definitely a must for any of Demi's fans, who I'm sure will not be disappointed.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By BJay on August 28, 2009
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1.Here We Go Again - The album is named after this song and has a music video to go along. I think it's really relative to if you're going through a rough relationship. And it has a really good beat and the lyrics are totally true. It just makes you want to sing along right away. This is one of my top #1 favorite songs off the album

2.Solo - This song starts off kinda slow but then as the song goes on it gets faster and more upbeat. This is a great song to think about after a breakup and it's beat is really good to dance to when your bored or your sad and want to be happy. I personally love this song...it's one of my favorites

3.U Got Nothin' On Me - I love the first part of the song because it's different and the beat gets you really hyper and ready to hear a good song. It something that everyone can sing along to and even if your not a Demi fan you still have to love the song. I also like this one

4.Falling Over Me - This is another song that starts off slow. We're used to Demi's music being rock and fast and this one shows another slower side to her music. I think anyone can relate to this song and the lyrics are so true in so many different situations. It features the amazing Jon McLaughin!

5.Quiet - This song is another that starts off slow. I love the beat because it's like slow and quiet and then all of a sudden it's gets loud and fast. This song is just the perfect song to sing at a concert and it's probably my second favorite song.

6.Catch Me - I think this song totally came from her song Don't Forget. It has the same beat if you really listen and it has basically the same topic. It's kinda like a part 2 to Don't Forget. I like it and the fact that she wrote a part 2 to Don't Forget.

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