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Already having had a #1 in the US Billboard Charts, with both her debut album and single, Hilary Duff is one of the States biggest and brightest stars. Best known as "Lizzie McGuire", Duff has enjoyed tremendous success, spawning a multi-million dollar grossing movie, two soundtracks (one for the TV show and one for the movie with sales in excess of 2 million), she even has her own magazine in the UK entitled "Lizzie McGuire" all at 15.

She may have played a teenaged girl mistaken for a pop star in The Lizzie McGuire Movie, but after releasing a Christmas album in 2002, and crooning two songs on the movie’s soundtrack, Hilary Duff looks like she means business. The only trouble is, she doesn’t sound like it. Although dubbing her first album Metamorphosis, the disc is anything but. Her singing is as coy and kittenish as her on-screen persona and she mugs her way through most of the 13 songs with charm and aplomb, but little natural singing talent. But to her credit, the actress has managed to cover a multitude of vocal sins by hiring a team of crack producers, who double her voice whenever possible, giving many of the tracks the rather anthemic feel of a cheerleading squad. The best songs on the disc are the three masterminded by the Matrix, the same production team that oversaw Avril Lavigne's hit disc and they give the lissome actress’s singing some attitude and grit, like on the infectious and spectacularly bratty "So Yesterday," and the cleverly conceived "Math," complete with heavy metal guitar riffs. But Duff is not inhabiting that saucy jailbait territory staked by Britney Spears. At the ripe old age sixteen, she’s much more Barbies than bustiers. --Jaan Uhelszki

1. So Yesterday
2. Come Clean
3. Workin' It Out
4. Little Voice
5. Where Did I Go Right?
6. Anywhere but Here
7. The Math
8. Love Just Is
9. Sweet Sixteen
10. Party Up
11. Metamorphosis
12. Inner Strength
13. Why Not

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 26, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • ASIN: B0000AGWES
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,012 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,828 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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272 of 307 people found the following review helpful By Justincase on October 3, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Ok, I went through quite a bit of the reviews to figure out whether I should get the CD or not... and of course it was kind of useless because all there was, was too many people going "I LOVE HILARY, she's the best" and too many people going "I HATE HILARY, SHE SUCKS!" and I was like... ok..... like those are gonna help my decision. Truly, I don't think people should review unless they are into the type of music the artist is considered because mostly on a country album there'll be rap fans reviewing "THIS SUCKS" when they most likely dont have the album, and in this case, 23+ year old girls saying its just teeny bubblegum pop. OMG!!!!! What the heck do they expect. The Facts: Hilary Duff is 15, She is a teenage girl with a life, she is a beginning singer and yet there are people comparing her to Mariah Carey and Whiteney Houston???!?!?! First off, if you're into adult contemporary.. you shouldnt even be tempted to listen to this, and face the facts.. teen pop is in and teens would not give a f*$# what you think.
Now I am a pop fan so this will be a true review. Well, unlike the past pop-princesses, Hilary is not sexual at all and keeps things on a G-rated basis which is actually kind of good. The songs are catchy ad the ballads are soft, her voice is pretty alright.. much different from Britney and Christina. The catchy songs are really great to dance to and move your head to... its great! Songs like "So Yesterday, Come Clean, Party Up, Sweet 16 and Why Not" just get you straight into a good mood while "Love Just Is, Anywhere But Here, Love Just Is, Inner Voice" are nice to lay back and enjoy the ballads. Overall.... IF YOU LIKE POP!!!!! this is a great addition to your CD collection...and if you dont.... why the heck are you spending your time here?
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 31, 2004
Format: Audio CD
First, I think this CD is great. Hilary is a talented singer, and many teenagers can relate to most of the songs she sings. Track 8, "Love Just Is", may not be for you if you you're not much for ballads, but will ring true in the ears of anyone whos ever been in love. The lyrics in some songs,like So Yesterday, have been said by multiple people on various different sites, to make no sense. And taken one at a time, apart from the song, they don't...but they arn't supposed to. If you listen to the song, you'll understand it.
Next, I could counter every single comment on this page attacking Hilary, her music, her acting etc...and would very much like to. However, as I know Amazon doesn't like comments on other reviews, I won't. What I will say is this: before you are shunted off by a degrading review, please listen to some of the music first. No one can tell you if you'll like certain music. Good reviews, bad reviews, they are only opinions of a few people, and no indication of whether you'd like it or not. This is why I haven't included too much praise for the CD in this comment, despite the fact that this is my favorite CD. I think the best advice I can give is to listen to it if a friend has it, or go to [...] and click on music; from there you should be able to find your way to a few of her songs.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Hippolytos on December 23, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Reviews should not be a flame war between those who hate stars and those who love them, each side ferociously clinging to their prerogative that their belief is the only true one. That being said, despite this CD's (many) flaws, the lovable Hilary Duff still triumphs.
First, let's be honest; Duff is not a singer, and this CD makes that obvious (KMart's exclusive "Metamorphosis Remixed" CD makes this even more painfully obvious). However, she deserves bonus points for keeping her clothes on and not betraying her Disney fans by selling out her celebrity in favor of tube tops and skirts that may as well be belts. Further, Duff doesn't claim to be any more than she is, and is wise not to present herself as such. Thus, Duff delivers some truly catchy songs with good production. Voice lessons will undoubtedly make future albums compulsory in any pop music fan's collection.
This is a good start, and any flaws the CD has are easily overlooked by catchy hits and Duff's winning, force-of-nature personality.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By firefairyangel on August 14, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Hilary Duff, a sixteen-year-old Disney actress, is mostly famous for her role as Lizzie McGuire in the Disney program of the same name. However, she seems to be one of the few teen pop singers that people think has the potential to have as much or more success than Britney Spears. Like many actresses (J Lo and Jennifer Love Hewitt come to mind), Hilary decided to pursue a singing career and released two albums to date. The first one, "Santa Claus Lane" was a Christmas album containing mostly old holiday favourites sung in virtually that same manner as the originals. Almost a year later, Hilary returned with her non-holiday debut "Metamorphosis", which most fans of Lizzie McGuire picked up upon release.

The album starts off with the single "So Yesterday", a syrupy song that had a lot of exposure on the Disney channel and some success on other music channels. The song is lyrically quite weak, which is almost expected of young pop singers, however there is no reason why lyrics couldn't be stronger than "if the light it off then it isn't on". The song alternates from being oddly appealing to extremely annoying and only the bridge is consistently enjoyable. Afterwards comes another single, and by far the album highlight, "Come Clean". The song has a somewhat haunting quality about it and is lyrically the strongest track. The lyrics are actual somewhat deeper than you'd expect from Hilary and draw attention away from the fact that Hilary is far from a strong vocalist. The next track, "Workin' It Out" seems like it's supposed to be inspirational but it falls flat. Mostly, the song suffers from an incredibly weak chorus which is repeated at least four times.
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