Make Some Noise

June 15, 2004 | Format: MP3

$9.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: June 15, 2004
  • Release Date: June 15, 2004
  • Label: Essential Records
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  • Total Length: 36:25
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  • ASIN: B006J8BIB2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,215 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Aaron Felker on September 23, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I've loved Krystal's music since I first heard it. When I found out she was going for a different style this time around, I was a little worried her voice would just become the disposable, recycled stuff that is so often passed off as entertainment. I was happily surprised. Think 80's dance music with a modern twist. Krystal's voice has improved and she shows more range this time around. The songs themselves are irresistibly catchy and fun, while still having a deeper underlying message. If you're a Krystal Meyers fan, you'll love this. If you aren't a fan, you'll soon become one.

MUST HAVE songs: "Make Some Noise", "My Freedom", "Shine", and "Feels So Right".
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 8, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Seriously, Krystal Meyers is A HIT!! If you don't have this CD yet, get it, I tell you!! The music is totally cool and kind of creepy at first, and when they tie in with the lyrics it really gives me a mysterious feeling.
1. Make Some Noise 10/10 - I could listen to this song over and over and over again, it's THAT good! I love it!
2. Love it Away 10/10 - a fantastic song, THUMBS UP! It's really comforting if you're sad and still appropriate for when you're feeling happy.
3. Shine 9/10 - this song makes me dance and sing along. It is totally the story of me and my friends. Definately recommend for awesome-loving people :)
4. S.O.S 10/10 - a very emotional song about calling to God for help, it gave me the shivers listening to it!!
5. Feel So Right 8/10 - I would give this nine out of ten but it just seemed like something was missing, just a little. However the rest of it is awesome! Very cool, punky and fun, enjoy!
6. My Freedom 7/10 - didn't like this one at first but it grows on you. Real dramatic, too. A nice shot.
7. Beautiful Tonight 10/10 - AWESOME!! It sounds kind of creepy when you first listen to it but I absolutely love that feeling! It's hard to describe but she's asking God a lot of things and there's a lot of emotion put into this one, drama too!
8. Up To You 7/10 - I think this is like some boyfriend and girlfriend who broke up, and the girl is missing her guy and telling him she'll learn to forgive. A good beat to the song but it's depressing and made me sad.
9. You'll Never Know 10/10 - one of the greatest on this album. It's telling how God took care of her and she'll never be without Him! She always has him, so "the tragedy of being so alone, that's just something you'll never know!"
10. In Your Hands - real comforting and makes you feel safe. It's all in God's hands and you have nothing to worry about because He's got a plan!
Definately a five-star album. You go, Krystal!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Reijo Piippula on October 14, 2008
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I have been Krystal Meyers fan since I heard the song "The Beauty of Grace" and I have all of her studio albums. This album is Krystal's third one. It may not be need to say it but let's say it: She is a Christian singer and the lyrics are mostly about God. She had made two great albums and they reminded me of Avril Lavigne. She has long been thought to be "A Christian version of Avril" but after this album "Make Some Noise" I see it differently. She's not a copy of Avril anymore, if she ever was. The new album is full of great disco rock songs. I know it may sound bad in your ears (the term) but actually the music in this album is great! I love every song in this album! Krystal's voice is incredible and the lyrics are awesome! The songs are awesome! At first I didn't like 'em so much but after listening to more than 5 times I realized that they are GREAT! She has attitude! I really enjoy listening to this 36-minute album.
Stars: Shine, You'll Never Know, Feels So Right
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy "The Greek" on October 21, 2013
Format: Audio CD
The talented and beautiful Krystal Meyers ended her music back around 2010. She started off extremely popular, garnering hit after hit, and Krystal even had a large fan base in Japan. Why did she quit? No one knows, and as we look back at the music we have enjoyed over the past five years, let's remember her for the great music she made.

Krystal Meyers kicked off her career in 2005 with her self-titled debut, "Krystal Meyers" which immediately garnered rave reviews from critics and fans alike. With a heavy hitting, punk rock sound that was compared to Avril Lavigne, Krystal rocked the stage at only 16. This album had great messages lyrically, and fantastic music to go along. Songs like "Anticonformity" spoke out against conforming to the pressures of peers, and songs like "Lovely Traces" which told listeners that even though you've messed up, God works every situation for our good. Her debut was widely accepted all across the U.S., and she began to gain popularity in Japan.

In 2007 she came out with her sophomore CD, "Dying For A Heart", which is often said to be her best album. The lyrics and music on this album are stellar, with "Beauty of Grace", "Hallelujah", and "Collide" being the main singles. DFOA became one of 2008's best albums, for good reason. From start to finish, this is an excellent album.

Her final album was released in 2008, "Make Some Noise." This album was a drastic departure from her previous punk rock sound; instead it was a dance-pop album. For several of her fans, this album was disappointing, and for others, the best pop album of all time. Her lead single "Make Some Noise" was all about how were born to take chances, and become who we need to be.
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