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Cheryl Ann Cole (née Tweedy, born 30 June 1983) is an English singer, songwriter, model, and television personality.

In late 2002, Cheryl Tweedy (as she was known at the time) was chosen to be a member of the pop group Girls Aloud on ITV's reality television programme Popstars: The Rivals. The made-for-TV girl band was spectacularly successful.Girls Aloud achieved a string of ... Read more in Amazon's Cheryl Cole Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 10, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Universal Import
  • ASIN: B0087MW6TG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #811,162 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Deluxe Edition includes four bonus tracks. Pop superstar Cheryl returns with a new album this summer: A Million Lights. Its lead single Call My Name was written and produced by Calvin Harris, with other big name contributors including Lana Del Ray, will.i.am, Taio Cruz and Wretch 32. A Million Lights was recorded in London, New York and LA, and follows previous solo albums 3 Words and Messy Little Raindrops, both of which topped the UK album chart. Universal. 2012.

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3.6 out of 5 stars

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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By TWEEDY'SBEAR on November 10, 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I OWN ALL OF HER CD'S AND ALSO HAVE A GOOD COLLECTION STARTED OF HER AND THE REST OF THE GIRLS ALOUD SOUNDS. I LIVE IN THE USA AND HAVE TOTALLY STOPPED LISTENING TO MY REGULAR RADIO STATIONS BECAUSE THEY NEVER PLAY CHERYL AND A DAY WITHOUT HER SOUND IN MY HEAD IS A DAY BETTER SPENT IN BED. HER MUSIC HAS PUT THE LIFE BACK IN ME THAT MAKES ME THE HAPPY DANCING FOOL I CAN REMEMBER BEING AS A YOUNG PERSON. SHE SEEMS TO HAVE HAD A TRYING TIME IN REAL LIFE BUT AS FOR HER SOUND AND JUKE, SHE IS AWESOME AT MAKING YOU FORGET THE BAD CAUSE YOU ARE TOO BUSY DANCING AND SINGING ALONG WITH HER!! WILL ALWAYS BE A CHERYL FAN!!!!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Nse Ette TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 26, 2012
Format: Audio CD
UK artist Cheryl Cole's new album "A Million Lights" features an armada of songwriters and producers, from will.i.am, to Taio Cruz and Calvin Harris, it does sound manufactured to spew hits and is largely devoid of much soul or personality. Lead single "Call My Name" sounds like a poor clone of Rihanna's "We Found Love", but then again, both are the work of Calvin Harris.

Not that there are no bright spots though; "Craziest Things" is Dub step and is a duet with will.i.am, "Ghetto Baby" is atmospheric Hip Hop-laced Dub co-penned by Lana del Rey. "Sexy Den a Mutha" and "Last One Standing" are catchy club numbers. "Boys Lie" is squelchy Dub step, and "One Thousand" is a dance number with skittery martial beats.

The most outstanding songs are surprisingly the ballads, which were never her forte. "A Million Lights" is a synth-swathed ballad, while "All Is Fair" and "Telescope" are enchanting and showcase Cole's improved and more confident vocals.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. D. Gananca on June 28, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Cheryl Cole, one fifth of Britain's most popular girlband is now onto her 3rd solo album release - time has passed quite quick, huh? I remember reading about 'Fight for this love' and how it was going to change the face of British pop back in 2009. Frontin' the track with a simple, yet effective tune, it blew up the charts selling 1 million copies in UK alone. Things got even better for her when her debut album '3 Words' peaked at pole position, ending with a 3x Platinum certification. Further #1 records like 'Promise This' and 3 Words' follow-up 'Messy little raindrops' were added to her impressive curriculum vitae.

After fighting malaria, marriage and US's X Factor crash landing, she promised to return even stronger with a personal record filled with ultra pop ready to go - and boy, she did it. 'Call my name' - the 3rd album's lead single, managed to blew up my speakers with its yummy Calvin Harris megapop production, finding itself as We Found Love's little sister - including looped synths and an explosive breakdown to go with it. Another #1 was scored but I was a bit nervous about the outcome of this particular record. Why, you must ask? After a brief hiatus from musical world, I expected Miss Tweedy to come back even stronger fronting a better thought record with a coherent tracklisting without sounding like a bag of tracks taken out of a hat.

It surprised me to find the album opener as a sunny, Olly Murs sounding-esque song 'Under the sun', a shiny but brief ditty perfect for summertime. A ready to go beat and strong male background vocals shine through the chorus. Following after it rests the aforementioned lead single, and as Track 3, 'Craziest Things' featuring her commom collaborator Will.i.am.
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By Amazon Customer on July 13, 2013
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I thought I'd check her out because I'm a huge Chelsea fan and always hearing about her, cause of her husband Ashley Cole. Checked her out on youtube and loved her. This CD is great, every song I like.
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Cheryl released her third studio album in summer 2012, one year after her dramatic exit from the US X-factor and seeming self imposed sabatical from music ( though not from entertaining or the public eye).The album is supposed to be Cheryl's new era and chapter in her life and career leaving behind the chaos of the past 4 years. Does it accomplish it's goal? I think it does but I have realistic expectations for Cheryl albums. It amuses me when I see people complain about Cheryl being "another shallow pop star, who doesn't have alot of talent and doesn't emotionally connect with the songs" Um we do remember this is Cheryl we are talking about not Whitney, Mariah, Christina, Beyonce, Celine or Leona. Cheryl is in the same boat as Britney, Katy, Ciara etc. She is a frothy pop star first and foremost her job is to make commercial dance/pop/r&b be glamourous and entertain and that's exactly what she does and does it the best that she can. Is Cheryl the best and most "deep" pop singer out there? No but can she sing? Yes she can.
1.) Under The Sun: The opening track is a nice welcome into the album and the "new" Cheryl era. With an old school hip-hop beat but contemporary feel it does feel like you are walking around on a sunny day. The lyrics talking about those boys who will tell women what they think they want to hear, the protaginist here decides to flatter one of said boys with some harmless flirting and knows full well his sweet nothings are phony. "Im sure you'll tell me anything like how I'm special and the only one... but you're looking so damn good to me under the sun." enjoyable easy going track. 9/10
2.) Call My Name: Now on to the big #1 single, and yes because it was written and produced by Calvin Harris it does sound like a mix/mash of Rihanna's top 10 hits of the past 2 years.
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