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Hilary Duff

3.6 out of 5 stars 608 customer reviews

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2004 album from the teen-pop phenomenon with three platinum albums (over 6.2 million units) to her name. The followup to her triple platinum 'Metamorphosis' & her sold out 'Most Wanted' tour. Includes the hit single 'Fly' & special bonus songs from Hilary's new movie 'Raise Your Voice'.

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Even when Hilary Duff is at her most un-Lizzie McGuire-like, it's impossible not to like her, as she proves on this reinvention-themed, girl-grows-up album. Free her from the constraints of the teen-queen slumber party scene and she'll crank up the guitars and "Fly," as she does on the feel-good first single; give her a minute to reflect on life as a multi-hyphenate (in her case TV princess-movie star-pop goddess) and she'll come clean with "Underneath This Smile," an introspective winner not lacking--and yet not reaching--for sunshine, or "Who's That Girl," an unapologetic embrace of self-contradiction. Songwriters Diane Warren ("I Am") and Charlie Midnight, whose contributions to Duff's last album don't seem so yesterday as yet, pitch in, as does Hilary's star-in-her-own-right sister Haylie (the boyfriend-blasting "Mr. James Dean"). If there's evidence of the mixed-up lovable kook millions of teens once modeled themselves after here, it is only in the title: Hilary Duff may be the follow-up to the 5 million-selling Metamorphosis, but the real metamorphosis for Miss Duff takes place here. --Tammy La Gorce
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 28, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • ASIN: B0002TFZBI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (608 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,978 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Steve on October 1, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I thought that Metamorphosis was good, but it's almost nothing compared to this album. This album has a much darker rock feel to it and the lyrics are deeper, which makes it so much better. I can't believe how much Hilary Duff's music has grown over time. If she keeps this stuff up she is sure to be around for a long time! Keep it up Duff!

*Fav. track is Dangerous to Know and Mr. James Dean - they rock
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With this album, Hilary Duff has done what so many other artists fail to do on a sophomore outing. She made a BETTER album than her first! FLY has to be one of the best songs out there right now. The tune is so catchy and meaningful, it just automatically screams HIT! Other songs on the album, such as DANGEROUS TO KNOW, are excellent because they are a bit more on the rock side, and they showcase Hilary's ability to turn up the heat a notch.

Hilary Duff is a great artist for both kids and adults. I think she has a good voice that will just get better with time, and I appreciate how she has fun, but keeps things clean. She has a natural sweetness and sex appeal about her, hopefully, she won't go the route of Britney and Christina. Keep on rockin', Hilary!
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Hilary Duff's sophmore album does have its ups and downs however this album shows growth in many ways.

Overall the song choice is better than her first. You will never convince me that this is a more "rock" album as it is simply a fun pop cd. She has decided to make music that it seems she enjoys rather than what the average viewer of her tv show might enjoy, while not abandoning that audience.

There are far less computer effects and alterations on this album than on the first. Hilary is not a great singer. On her first album this was hidden under layers of touch ups. On this album, you can tell she worked on her vocals and the result is an album where we finally hear her sing without many aids. There are a few bum notes even on the album, but that is a far better way to go than the way of her former album.

As I said the song selection is superior. The true standout track for me and it seems many other reviwers is "The Getaway". This song is the best so far in her short career. Its is catchy and somewhat raw. Very enjoyable. I also enjoy "Weird" for its over the top chorus and overall likablity. The dramatics of "Who's That Girl" are very good as well. Maybe having an acteress sing is a good thing. She can make you feel. Other highlights include "Rock This World" and the much hyped "Haters."

I would say fans of Hilary are constantly growing. And she seems to be growing with them. I dont see any reason that she can not transition from tween sensation to a true pop star for all ages.
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Okay, I'm a Hilary fan. I really am. But this album just isn't all that great. First of all, it seems a bit weird to self-title a sophomore album. The CD itself is good, but not great like Metamorphosis.

It seems to me that Hilary is so preoccupied with replacing her goody-goody image with something edgier, that she forgot to pay attention to detail. I mean, come on. She's Hilary Duff. She can get better songwriting than this. I think she should have concentrated more on getting well-written songs that are more suited for her vocal range, rather than just getting a more mature sound.

Which leads me to my next problem with this album- Hil's voice. Now I repeat, I am a loyal Hilary Duff fan. I fell in love with her at the beginning of Lizzie McGuire and have stuck by her through the good and bad- the high points in her career and the ridicule inflicted on her fans by some because of her "poser" image. She is a phenomenal actress, and she and her sister are pretty good songwriters. She's even got a pretty voice. But she doesn't have a wide range, and it seems that on this album she tries to push herself a bit too hard. There are places where she sounds really good, but then there are times that are simply cringeworthy.

All in all, it's an okay CD. I love the lyrics, they're rockish and some are really deep. "Fly" is one of this year's most awesome songs, and a few others ("The Getaway" and "Weird" come to mind) are good to listen to. Over all, however, the songs seem overproduced and a touch repetitive.

A good CD for Hilary fans, but don't buy it expecting anything remotely as well produced and written as Metamorphosis.
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Alright, I bought Hilary Duff's new cd because as of late I've been on this music loving streak and everything is a potential buy. Still loving pop music at heart, and having liked some of her earlier singles (although I didn't buy Metamorphosis), I thought I'd give it a try. I'm totally blown away right now. It's definitely more rock than anything else, and the songs are just amazing. I really can't say anything bad about the songs. I've been listening to the cd in its entirety, not just picking out songs. If Hilary Duff continues to put out this kind of quality music, she'll be around for a long time.
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Wow, she certainly has grown up in only a year, amazing. Her voice and style have changed and her vocals have definitely improved. Cathy melodies and meaningful lyrics add to overall quality of the album, and what makes it the success that it is. I'm sure this will only raise her popularity and help her credibility as an "artist" instead of a teeny-pop overnight sensation.

And wow, 17 tracks, pretty impressive. haha. at least she didn't rip us off! haha. AWESOME album, despite a few weird songs like "the getaway" and "dangerous to know". LOVE IT!
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