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  • Audio CD (September 16, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: June 19, 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epic
  • Run Time: 51 minutes
  • ASIN: B00005KAVP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (305 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,648 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. In My Pocket
2. You Remind Me
3. Saturate Me
4. One Sided Love
5. 17
6. Cry
7. Crush
8. It Only Took A Minute
9. Turn The Clock Around
10. Yo–Yo
11. From Loving You
12. Split Chick
13. When I Talk To You

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Mandy Moore by Mandy Moore

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These days there are more pop tarts on the charts than on the grocery shelves, and it's awfully hard to tell the kewpie pies apart. Granted Mandy Moore isn't exactly heading into Björk territory, but at least the 16-year-old is attempting to stake her own space. Jon Secada and Emilio Estefan Jr. supply Moore with percussive cuts like the single "In My Pocket" which is laced with a sinewy Middle Eastern sound. Moore also offers up jangly, breathy cuts like the heartfelt "17" which suit her cotton-candy vocals nicely. This isn't great art, but it is enjoyable, disposable pop, and that ain't shabby. --Amy Linden

Customer Reviews

In my Pocket- a very good beat song and great for dancing.
JULIE M. WALSH
I recommend this CD to all Mandy Moore fans, or anyone looking for a good pop album by a great female singer.
Erika Sorocco
Mandy Moore is very talented, and I like her music and her image alot more than the other Pop stars.
Brian Cowan

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By G. McDermott on June 20, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Mandy Moore is back and is the only pop teen diva that is taking a chance in her music creatively, unfortunately it is not paying off as of yet.
Moores first single "In My Pocket" has to be one of the best new dance songs to come around in a long time. Produced by Emilio Estefan, it infuses dance, techno, disco, and a little middle eastern fuse that for some reason is not hitting radio....Why? when this song rocks, has great hooks, beats and is great while driving in the car at fast speeds on the freeway.
While Jessica Simpsons mundane, Britney Spears clone single "Irresistible" currently riding the Billboard wave into the Top 20 on the Hot 100 singles chart, "In My Pocket" can't even register into the chart-(they were release around the same time)....shame.
Moore took a big chance going into a different direction, and it shows on her album cover, very reminiscent to Andrea True Connection from her #1 disco classic (More, More, More) and France Joli with her Top 3 disco classic (Come To Me)- giving a 70s disco/dance feel.
Though this album is much better produced then the disco music of the 70s, has more feel, style and energy.
Even if Moore does not sell copies, she gets my full attention as a pop diva taking a chance with her career heading in a different direction.
With other standout songs "17", "Yo-Yo", "Crush"...this album is solid through and through.
My hats off to you Miss Moore for going the OPPOSITE direction of Britney Spears and Jessica Simpson.
A very good pop dance album.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Brittany Rose VINE VOICE on July 4, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Mandy Moore maybe another cookie cutter pop princess, but she's climbing out of the dough with her Junior album. The young singer has a really distinct sound, that blends pop, guitars, east indian music and a sugary voice. I orignally listened to some clips on a site of her CD, then proceeded to Amazon and found great reviews so I went out and got the album...and I'm here to say YOU SHOULD TOO! There are two main themes that are carried throughout the album: Guitary Upbeat Pop songs, and the whole Middle Eastern music. Despite the themes, every song stands out in some way, so no two are exactly are the same.
One of my fave guitary type songs is "Yo Yo" a poppy track you'd find on any teen show, with a mix of guitars and slick beats. Similar songs to this are "Cry", which is a bit slower, "Crush" that reminds me a bit of the Plumb song "Stranded.", and "Turn The Clock Around", a sweet song.
As for the middle east music, there is the dynamic first single "In My Pocket" that is doing well on the radio, despite being so different. "You Remind Me" has a more upbeat tempo, thats a bit more poppy, but has a very interesting "Meditation" guitar in the backround. "Saturate Me" is a really nice ballad with the same sort of theme, but a bit more subdued then the other tracks. "One Sided Love" has a whole drum beat, african choir sound effects, and a cool yelling chorus...if you enjoyed her first singles ethnicity you'd love this track. "It Only Took a Minute" is sort of a crossover of the two themes, that sort of reminds me of earlier Madonna songs.
There are a few songs that have a different style then the two listed above.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Pete Whitstone on August 18, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Though her first two albums (So Real; I Wanna Be with You) were almost all bubblegum pop, "Mandy Moore" has a lot more flavor. She's starting to broaden her horizons, and I hope it lasts. Though the songs ARE predominantly pop and ballads, there's some Middle Eastern flavor ("In My Pocket") and country ("From Loving You"). And, unlike her previous albums, not every song is about boys (though most are). There is a "lost friendship" song ("When I Talk to You") that Mandy Moore herself co-wrote and a song called "Cry" that I'm not sure how to place or describe.
In My Pocket--great vocals, great music, and much deeper than most pop music.
You Remind Me--not a really original song, but good vocals and music, and a universally understood meaning.
Saturate Me--another deeper song, and it's definitely not bubblegum pop.
One-Sided Love--your basic pop, but excellent lyrics and vocals.
17--awesome, awesome song; it has excellent vocals, and I love the theme.
Cry--amazing, one of my favorite tracks; not a romance song, but more self-realization.
Crush--although the chorus is standard pop and not particularly original, the verses add a lot of depth and are interesting. (The video rules, by the way.)
It Only Took a Minute--not quite pop, maybe a little Middle Eastern tinge to the music; great lyrics and excellent vocals and music.
Turn the Clock Around--great song, with fantastic vocals and a nice ending.
Yo-Yo--my absolute favorite MM song of all time; great theme and depth, and a lot more guitar music.
From Loving You--also one of my favorites; part country, part ballad; wonderful lyrics and vocals.
Split Chick--never fails to make me smile; it has a more serious meaning, but a fast-paced up-tempo song.
When I Talk to You--nice, slow ballad to round out the album; Mandy did a great job co-writing.
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